An Affair of State: The Investigation, Impeachment, and Trial of President Clinton

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Index
Academic subjects, "hard" vs. "soft," 230-231, 240
Ackerman, Bruce, 11n, 128-130, 181-182
Adultery, 35, 82-83, 136-137, 184; as crime, 35; Presidential, 246-247
Affidavit vs. deposition, 43
Agnew, Spiro, 106
Amar, Akhil, 143n
American Bar Association, 242
Anderson, Kenneth, 213n
Aristotle, 93n, 134, 153, 160, 163-165
Atonement, 143-144
Attorney General. See Department of Justice ( U.S.); Reno, Janet
Availability heuristic, 81-82, 125n
Bailey, E G., 133-134
Baker, Nicholson, 18n, 81n, 263
Baldwin, Alec, 250n
Barber, James, 158n, 166n
Bell, David, 204
Benedict, Michael, 99n, 177, 237n, 255n
Bennett, Robert, viii, 56-58, 138n, 244- 245, 252, 258n; on Linda Tripp's credibility, 23-24
Bennett, William, 11n, 36n, 138n, 151-168 passim, 200, 240, 263
Berger, Raoul, 99n, 100
Bill of attainder, 97-98, 190-194, 197, 234
Bill of particulars, 131
Black, Charles, 99n, 100, 123, 134-135
Black, Hugo, 192
Blackmail, 40, 150
Blacks, attitude of toward Clinton and his impeachment, 206, 211
Blumenthal, Sidney, vii, 9, 54, 74n, 126n
Bok, Sissela, 145n, 210
Bork, Robert, 156, 176, 200-206 passim, 212
Breyer, Stephen, 226-227
Bribery, 104, 172-173, 239n
Brinkley, Alan, 214-215
Broaddrick, Juanita, 2, 150n
Bronston v. United States, 44, 48-49
Browning, Don, 143n
Buckley, William, 201
Burnham, Walter Dean, 157n
Bush, George, 107, 156, 161, 202-203
Cabinet, strike by, 139, 259
Caddell, Patrick, 11n, 207n, 213n
Carter, Frank, 21, 77, 126
Carter, Jimmy, 62, 156, 166
Carville, James, viii, 70-71, 74n, 113
Castel, Albert, 179
Carton, Bruce, 180n
Censure, 10, 182-183, 189-198, 234; Democrats' censure resolution, 239-240
Character: different conceptions of, 160; Augustinean conception of, 162-163; as Presidential asset, 166; separability thesis, 162, 164, 173; summary assessment of Clinton's, 162n
Charisma, 158, 166n
Chase, Salmon, 130n
Chase, Samuel, 110, 219, 235
Chief Justice, 149; role in independent counsel law, 224n. See also under Impeachment; Rehnquist
Clausewitz, Carl von, 13, 148, 152, 248- 258 passim

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An Affair of State: The Investigation, Impeachment, and Trial of President Clinton
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Dramatis Personae vii
  • Chronology ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 the President's Conduct 16
  • Chapter 2 Prosecution and Defense 59
  • Chapter 3 the History, Scope, and Form of Impeachment 95
  • Chapter 4 Morality, Private and Public 133
  • Chapter 5 Should President Clinton Have Been Impeached, and If Impeached Convicted? 170
  • Chapter 6 the Kulturkampf 199
  • Chapter 7 Lessons for the Future 217
  • Chapter 8 the Balance Sheet 262
  • Acknowledgments 267
  • Index 269
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