December 2019 - Mid February, 2020
Curated by Jennifer Govan
Designed by Trisha Barton, Zoe Logan & Carlie Zhang
In the history of our nation only two presidents have ever been impeached: Andrew Johnson, for violating the Tenure of Office Act, and Bill Clinton, for perjury and obstruction of justice. Both were later acquitted by the United States Senate. Although other presidents have been threatened with impeachment, only two have faced formal impeachment inquiries in the House of Representatives: Richard Nixon, who resigned before he could be impeached as a consequence of the Watergate scandal, and Donald Trump, primarily under investigation for his dealings with the Ukraine and its influence on elections.
Just Peachy! explores the history of impeachment and its implications and controversies within the broad political spectrum. Included are educational resources that inform the process and call us to take a stand, as we weigh the gravity of this matter which is all over the news.
- The Case Against Impeaching Trump, by Alan Dershowitz
- The Case For Impeaching Trump, by Elizabeth Holtzman
- A Citizen's Guide to Impeachment, by Barbara A Radnofsky
- The Federal Impeachment Process: A Constitutional and Historical Analysis , by Michael J. Gerhardt
- High Crimes and Misdemeanors: A History of Impeachment for the Age of Trump, Frank O. Bowman III
- Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump , by Neal Katyal
- Killing the Deep State: The Fight to Save President Trump, by Jerome R Corsi
- The Impeachers: The Trial of Andrew Johnson and the Dream of a Just Nation, by Brenda Wineapple
- Impeaching the President: Past, Present, and Future , by Alan Hirsch
- Impeachment - A Political Sword: How The Johnson, Nixon and Clinton Impeachments Reshaped Presidential Politics, by Scott S. Barker
- Impeachment: An American History, by Jon Meacham, et al
- The Impeachment Diary: Eyewitness to the Removal of a President, by James Reston Jr.
- To End a Presidency: The Power of Impeachment, by Laurence Tribe, Joshua Matz
- Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic, by David Frum