Table of contents for The age of impeachment : American constitutional culture since 1960 / David E. Kyvig.

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Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1 Impeachment Evolves
2 Impeachment as Exceptional: The Case of Earl Warren
3 Impeachment as Political: The Case of Abe Fortas
4 Impeachment as Partisan: The Case of William O. Douglas
5 Impeachment as Discretionary: The Case of Spiro Agnew
6 Impeachment as Essential: The Case of Richard Nixon
7 Impeachment as Routine: Pardons, Powers, Prosecutors, and Judicial 
Self-Policing
8 Impeachment as Cultural: Shaping Public Conclusions
9 Impeachment as Distasteful: The Case of Ronald Reagan
10 Impeachment as Inexorable: The Cases of Harry Claiborne and Walter 
Nixon
11 Impeachment as Irreversible but Not Fatal: The Case of Alcee Hastings 
12 Impeachment as Consensual: The Case of Bill Clinton
13 Impeachment as Conventional: Expressions of Public Scorn
14 The Age of Impeachment: Ended or Extended?
Notes
Bibliography
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Impeachments -- United States -- Cases.
Constitutional law -- United States.