Evans & Novak

Evans, Rowland
January 1999
Human Events;01/01/99, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p8
Focuses on the United States House of Representatives' vote on the impeachment of President Bill Clinton and on White House's strategy for a negotiated settlement with the United States Senate. Anti-impeachment prediction by Representative Peter King; Pro-impeachment votes of moderates; Tension among litigators and politicians in Clinton's camp.


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