Introduction / Beverly I. Moran -- 1. A Case Study in Group Polarization (with Warnings for the Future) / Cass R. Sunstein -- 2. Sex and Politics at the Close of the Twentieth Century: A Feminist Looks Back at the Clinton Impeachment and the Thomas Confirmation Hearings / Elizabeth Rapaport -- 3. Public, Private, and the Gender Division of Emotional Labor / Jean Bethke Elshtain -- 4. Everything You Thought You Knew about Impeachment Is Wrong / David T. Canon and Kenneth R. Mayer -- 5. Pierre Elliot Trudeau: A Canadian Scandal? / Leon E. Trakman -- 6. Comparing the Independent Counsel to Other Prosecutors: Privilege and Other Issues / Frank Tuerkheimer -- 7. Legalizing Outrage / Robert W. Gordon -- 8. The Gold Standard and Guilt-Edged Insecurities: The Impeachment Crucible as Tragic Farce / Aviam Soifer -- 9. Sex, Harm, and Impeachment / Robin West -- 10. Impeachment: A (Civil) Religious Perspective / John Milton Cooper, Jr. -- 11. The Constitutional Politics of the Clinton Impeachment / Mark V. Tushnet -- 12. Ontology in the Clinton Era / Andrew D. Weiner -- 13. All We Had to Do Was Rationalize the Sex / Linda Denise Oakley -- 14. Perjury and Impeachment: The Rule of Law or the Rule of Lawyers? / Lawrence M. Solan -- 15. Impeachment and Enchanting Arts / Eric Rothstein -- 16. A Year after the Acquittal in the Impeachment Trial / Lawrence Joseph -- 17. An Un-Christian Pursuit / Stephen Toulmin -- 18. Abuse of Power as a Cultural Construct / Lawrence Rosen -- 19. Bill Clinton and the American Character / Richard John Neuhaus -- 20. The Clinton Scandal: Law and Morals / David Novak -- 21. The Spectacle and the Libertine / David Kennedy -- 22. The Political Is Personal / Beverly I. Moran -- 23. Dropped Drawers: A Viewpoint / Drucilla Cornell -- Conclusion: The Penultimate: The Meaning of Impeachment and Liberal Governance / Leonard V. Kaplan
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