American Constitution Society, Being Dreadful President Is Impeachable Offense, Frank Bowman, Impeachment lecture
In April 2018, Professor Frank Bowman gave this lecture sponsored by the University of Missouri Chapter of the American Constitution Society explaining the impeachment clauses of the Constitution, the historical precedent for their use in the cases of Presidents Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Bill Clinton, and a view of impeachment as an essential tool in the case of a president who consistently violates legal and behavioral norms essential to the preservation of American constitutional order.
Donald Barnes said:
I and I first apologize for not returning to your address yet. I and I hope to do so soon.
I and I now write to praise your inspirational view of America in your first two minutes. Without such reminders it is so easy for the idea of America to be overwhelmed by America’s present. I and I thank you for reminding me of a mo’ better America than we sometimes face.
You’re very kind. I hope you enjoy the rest of the talk half as much!
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