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The History Place: Presidential Impeachment Proceedings


 

Impeachment President and Congress The President President's Job, Part I President's Job, Part II President's Cabinet President Has Fun

 
Impeachment

Impeachment Problems
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Worksheet about impeachment problems.

Quiz - Reagan and the 1980s
http://www.quia.com/tq/126743.html

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Of thirty-five attempts at impeachment, only nine have come to trial. Because it cripples Congress with a lengthy trial, impeachment is infrequent. Many officials, seeing the writing on the wall, resign rather than face the ignominy of a public trial. The most famous of these cases is of course that of President Richard Nixon, a Republican.

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