The Age of Impeachment
David Kyvig wrote The Age of Impeachment: American Constitutional Culture Since 1960 by the University Press of Kansas.
David Kyvig talked about the history of impeachment. He said that impeachment was rarely used until 1960, at which point it became used relatively frequently against politicians and judges. He argued that as a response to the increased threat of impeachment, presidents had become more secretive about their actions.
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Linda Greenhouse Correspondent (Former) New York Times->Supreme Court
David Kyvig Author
James Reston Jr. Author
Philippa Strum Director Wilson (Woodrow) International Center for Scholars->Division of United States Studies
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