From Our Archives: A New Look at the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
Michael Les Benedict's interpretation of the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson destroys the conventional textbook wisdom which portrays Johnson as a martyred president unjustifiably pilloried by a vindictive Congress. Benedict shows that the decision to impeach was made reluctantly after a series of presidential actions over the years convinced even the most conservative members of Congress that impeachment was the only means left for defending their constitutional prerogatives.
A New Look at the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson, Michael Les Benedict
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