The Presidency and Impeachment
The New-York Historical Society hosted this hour-long event.
Constitutional scholars Philip Bobbitt and Akhil Reed Amar discussed how the U.S. Constitution defines impeachable offenses for the President. Philip Bobbitt, who was legal counsel to the Senate select Iran-Contra Committee, is co-author of Impeachment: A Handbook, New Edition, which was originally published in 1974 during the Watergate crisis by the late Charles Black.
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Akhil Reed Amar Professor Yale University->Law
Philip Bobbitt Professor Columbia University->Law School
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Benno C. Schmidt Jr. President (Former) Yale University
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