The Impeachment and Trial of Andrew Johnson

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Appendix

Currency Question in the 40th Congress

MAIN SCALE
GROUP 0 Those representatives, CONTRACTIONISTS, who voted against the expansionist position on all roll calls in the following groups.GROUP 1 Those representatives, SUSPENSIONISTS, who voted for the expansionist position on more than one-half of the roll calls in this group, but against the expansionist position on roll calls in the following group. Congressional Globe, 40th Congress, 3rd Session, 1325 (February 17, 1869; expansionist vote, nay; final vote, 65-107-50), 1816 (March 2, 1869; nay; 70-108-44), 1333 (February 18, 1869; yea; 106-77-39), 1331 (February 18, 1869; yea; 97-76-49), 1325 (February 17, 1869; yea; 93-86-43), 2nd Session, 1761 (March 9, 1868; nay; 56-65-68), 3rd Session, 1327 (February 17, 1869; nay; 92-78-52), in order of marginal frequency.
—Currency bill (redistributing bank reserves and expanding currency).
GROUP 2 Those representatives, EXPANSIONISTS, who voted for the expansionist position on more than one-half of the roll calls in this group. Congressional Globe, 40th Congress, 3rd Session, 1883 (March 3, 1869; nay; 118-57-48), 1538 (February 24, 1869; nay; 120-60-42), 1471 (March 3, 1869; yea; 53-119-51), 1538 (February 24, 1869; yea; 54-133-35).
—Bill to strengthen public credit.

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  • The Impeachment and Trial of Andrew Johnson *
  • Contents *
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Andrew Johnson, the Republicans, and Reconstruction 1
  • 2 - Presidential Obstruction and the Law of Impeachment 26
  • 3 - The Politics of Impeachment 61
  • 4 - Johnson Forces the Issue 89
  • 5 - Trial 126
  • 6 - Verdict 168
  • Epilogue 181
  • Appendix 185
  • A Bibliographical Review 192
  • Index 203
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