THE CONGRESS: Voting 2 More Ayes, 2 Nays

"It is not the presidency that is in jeopardy from us. We would strive to strengthen and protect the presidency. But if there be no accountability, another President will feel free to do as he chooses. But the next time, there may be no watchman in the night."

Typified by the understated eloquence of South Carolina's gentle James Mann, the remarkable House Judiciary Committee last week completed its unwanted task of bringing Richard Nixon to public account for grave violations of his oath of office and injury to the U.S. Constitution. Through...

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