Q&A with James Banner
Historian James Banner talked abput his book, Presidential Misconduct: From George Washington to Today, an expanded version of a 1974 report on the misdeeds of U.S. presidents commissioned by the House Judiciary Committee during its impeachment inquiry into President Nixon. Professor Banner was one of the historians who worked on the original report. close
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