The Hamilton Test: What Makes an Impeachment Vote “Too Partisan”?

This has been a good week for Alexander Hamilton. Fresh from his triumph as Broadway’s leading statesman, he has become required reading for anyone interested in this week’s impeachment drama. This is because, taken together, Hamilton’s Federalist essays #65 and #66 — constitute the most important statement that we have about impeachment from anyone who took part in creating…

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Michael Austin is a former English professor and current academic administrator. He is the author of We Must Not Be Enemies: Restoring America’s Civic Tradition

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Michael Austin

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Michael Austin is a former English professor and current academic administrator. He is the author of We Must Not Be Enemies: Restoring America’s Civic Tradition

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