The Impeachment of William Jefferson Clintonby Daniel Cohen, James Ed. Cohen
For the second time in history, the President of the United States was impeached. The road there was a largely partisan track that left many deeply unsatisfied with the Republic party and largely uninterested in the President's private life. A discussion of the potential ramifications of Clinton's acquittalthe independent counsel law, the 2000 elections, etc.is included.
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