Impeachment Inquiry: Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-third Congress, Second Session, Pursuant to H. Res. 803 ....
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975 - 2258 pages
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agreed alleged amendment authority believe BROOKS Chair Chairman charged Clair CLERK committee concerned conclude conduct Congress consider Constitution conversation correct counsel course court Dean debate decision deed DENNIS direct discussion Doar EDWARDS Ehrlichman evidence executive fact FLOWERS further gentleman yield gift give going Haldeman hearings Hogan HOLTZMAN impeachment included indicated inquiry intent involved issue Jenner John Judge jury letter look March March 27 material matter McClory mean meeting memorandum Mitchell motion NUSSBAUM offered Owens political prepared presentation President President's question RAILSBACK RANGEL reason received record reference regarding relating release request resolution respect response rules SARBANES seems SEIBERLING Senate session staff statement subpena suggest sure talking tape testimony Thank thing tion transcript understand United vote WALDIE White House Wiggins witnesses yield
Page 1588 - No evidence or testimony taken in executive session may be released or used in public sessions without the consent of the committee.
Page 1524 - Except as provided in section 276 — (a) GENERAL RULE. — The amount of income taxes imposed by this title shall be assessed within three years after the return was filed, and no proceeding in court without assessment for the collection of such taxes shall be begun after the expiration of such period.
Page 2206 - Congress, did attempt to bring into disgrace, ridicule, hatred, contempt and reproach the Congress of the United States, and the several branches thereof, to impair and destroy the regard and respect of all the good people of the United States...
Page 1934 - Relevant evidence" means evidence having any tendency to make the existence of any fact that is of consequence to the determination of the action more probable or less probable than it would be without the evidence.
Page 2187 - Magistracy, existing at the time of increase or diminution, and to be ineligible a second time; and that besides a general authority to execute the National Laws, it ought to enjoy the Executive rights vested in Congress by the Confederation.
Page 2206 - ... which said utterances, declarations, threats, and harangues, highly censurable in any, are peculiarly indecent and unbecoming in the Chief Magistrate of the United States, by means whereof said Andrew Johnson has brought the high office of the President of the United States into contempt, ridicule, and disgrace, to the great scandal of all good citizens; whereby said Andrew Johnson.
Page 2206 - United -States, unmindful of the high duties of his office and of his oath of office, with intent unlawfully to control the disbursements of the moneys appropriated for the military service and for the Department of War, on the...
Page 1704 - ... completion of the hearing, to call witnesses selected by the minority to testify with respect to that measure or matter during at least one day of hearing thereon.
Page 1559 - The CHAIRMAN. The time of the gentleman from Illinois has expired. Mr.
Page 1822 - I told Mr. Krogh that as a matter of first priority, the unit should find out all it could about Mr. Ellsberg's associates and his motives. Because of the extreme gravity of the situation, and not then knowing what additional national secrets Mr. Ellsberg might disclose, I did impress upon Mr. Krogh the vital importance to the national security of his assignment. I did not authorize and had no knowledge...