Impeachment Essays All Things Considered asked eight essayists to write about what they have learned during the past year -- and the investigation, impeachments and trial of the President. We hear from Robert Royal, Vice President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington; Carl Cannon, White House correspondent for the National Journal; Retired Navy Captain Rosemary Mariner of Norris, Tennessee; Satirist Harry Shearer of Los Angeles; children's novelist Jacquiline Woodson of Brooklyn, NY; Rabbi Harold Schulweis of Valley Beth Shalom, in Encino, California; Jake Tapper, reporter for the Washington City Paper; and actress Julia Sweeney of Los Angeles.
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Impeachment Essays

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Impeachment Essays

Impeachment Essays

Impeachment Essays

Only Available in Archive Formats.

All Things Considered asked eight essayists to write about what they have learned during the past year — and the investigation, impeachments and trial of the President. We hear from Robert Royal, Vice President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington; Carl Cannon, White House correspondent for the National Journal; Retired Navy Captain Rosemary Mariner of Norris, Tennessee; Satirist Harry Shearer of Los Angeles; children's novelist Jacquiline Woodson of Brooklyn, NY; Rabbi Harold Schulweis of Valley Beth Shalom, in Encino, California; Jake Tapper, reporter for the Washington City Paper; and actress Julia Sweeney of Los Angeles.