Impeachment Now and Then

Presidents Andrew Johnson, Donald Trump, and Bill Clinton. Image by Clay Rivers.

The House of Representatives has embarked upon the process of impeaching a racist, unpopular president, who has nothing but contempt for the House majority, a progressive group elected to move the country forward. After an impeachment trial in the Senate, the President narrowly escapes removal from office. The year is . . .1868.

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Michael Greiner

Michael Greiner

Mike is an Assistant Professor of Management for Legal and Ethical Studies at Oakland U. Mike combines his scholarship with practical experience in politics.