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Impeachment Analysis: The History of Impeachments and Constitutional Law

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As the process to impeach President Trump continues to develop, we discuss the origins of impeachment in U.S. history, what has transpired during past impeachment inquiries, as well as how Constitutional law applies to various aspects of the current impeachment proceedings.

Guests

Dmitry Bam, interim dean, University of Maine School of Law; writes and teaches in the field of Constitutional law

David Haus, associate professor of history, director of online and extended learning, College of Science and Humanities, Husson University; teaches political science and history

Kenneth C. Davis, author, historian, best known for "Don't Know Much About History" book series; has written about impeachment history

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