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Professor Bowman’s Latest Op-Ed in Slate Provides Historical Context for Impeachable Offenses

Professor Frank O. Bowman’s recent piece in Slate, “Trump’s Foreign Policy Carnage Is an Impeachable Offense,” summarizes the history of impeachment and concludes that Congress would be within its constitutional authority to impeach Donald Trump. From its origins in 1376, when first used by Parliament in Britain, he writes that “A persistent theme in British impeachments was the charge that…

Professor Bowman to Lecture on American Presidential Impeachment

Professor Frank O. Bowman will speak on “Presidential Impeachment and the American Constitutional Balance” on Feb. 22 at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colo. His lecture will address the historical basis for impeachment and its relevance…