JUSTICE: Not Hounded Out of Office

The final official judgment on the impeachment of Richard Nixon was spread massively on the public record last week in a 528-page report by the House Judiciary Committee. Supported by 200 pages of factual detail on Nixon's Watergate-related actions as President, the committee unanimously recommended that he should have been impeached by the House and convicted by the Senate for obstructing justice in trying to cover up the true origins of the 1972 wiretap and burglary of Democratic national headquarters. Although Nixon's resignation has rendered the matter moot, the full House...

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