Hofstra Law Review


The article focuses on government with a system of checks and balances to prevent one person or one party from upsetting the balance of power. It mentions system is found in the Impeachment Clause of the U.S. Constitution and exercise their right to vote and remove people from positions of power. It also mentions Framers rejected the "maladministration" standard for impeachment and substituted high crimes and Misdemeanors.

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