Take Care is pleased to host a symposium on To End A Presidency: The Power of Impeachment—a new book by Larry Tribe & Joshua Matz.
Larry Tribe & Joshua Matz | 6/5/18
Introducing a symposium on our new book, 'To End A Presidency: The Power of Impeachment.'
David Pozen | 6/6/18
Presidential impeachment involves risk-risk tradeoffs. While some of these risks might be mitigated, and while all deserve to be identified and weighed, the basic dilemma is inescapable.
K. Sabeel Rahman | 6/7/18
The hard work of saving the republic turns not on an exotic legal procedure but on the mundane, yet high-stakes work of politics itself
Erwin Chemerinsky | 6/8/18
If impeachment is impossible and even talk of impeachment can be destructive, how do we check a president who is violating the Constitution?
Steven Vladeck | 6/11/18
We must think more carefully about the role that federal courts can and should play at earlier stages of what may become impeachment investigations
Brianne Gorod | 6/12/18
There are many ways in which this presidency is unlike so many that preceded it—and those differences are relevant to decisions about impeachment
Andrew Crespo | 6/12/18
There is an important connection between impeachment and criminal law. Not in technical or legalistic doctrinal nuances, but rather in the core purposes underlying these two domains.