The Constitution Demands It

"Read this book and learn how best to protect our democracy.

The Constitution Demands It

Author: Ron Fein

Publisher: Melville House

ISBN: 1612197647

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"Read this book and learn how best to protect our democracy." --Tom Steyer, founder of Need To Impeach The reasons Donald Trump must be impeached — as per the Founding Fathers — and what you can do to help make that happen Three veteran constitutional attorneys say there’s no way around it: The Constitution demands that Donald Trump must be impeached. And in clear language using compelling logic rooted firmly in the Constitution, they detail why the time to start is now—not in the indefinite future after criminal investigations have ended. In fact, much of Trump’s impeachable conduct lies outside the scope of ongoing federal criminal investigations. Citing charges such as accepting illegal payments from foreign governments, using government agencies to persecute political enemies, obstructing justice, abusing the pardon power, and the undermining freedom of the press, they provide the factual and legal basis for eight articles of impeachment. In short, they argue, abuses threatening our constitutional democracy should be dealt with by the remedy that the Constitution provides for a lawless, authoritarian president: impeachment. And an informed citizenry should be part of the process. After all, they say, impeachment is not a constitutional crisis — impeachment is the cure for a constitutional crisis.

A Commentary on the Constitution of the United States Rights of the person v 1 Sanctity privacy and expression v 2 Equality belief and dignity

... already been said in this section about other possible remedies for
enforcement of the constitutional guaranty against unreasonable arrests ... to
emphasize the importance of observing constitutional demands in his instructions
to the police .

A Commentary on the Constitution of the United States  Rights of the person  v  1  Sanctity  privacy and expression  v  2  Equality  belief and dignity

Author: Bernard Schwartz

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The News

tions set out in the Fourth Schedule by right of a constitutional grant unless they
are conferred on it by a law made by the ... Committee ( CDC ) was faced with the
novel demands that local government should be established in the Constitution ...

The News

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Charles Albert and the Constitution of 1848

... had fostered could easily become an anti - monarchal movement , that the
liberal reforms he had granted , coupled with the anti - Austrian fervor , could lead
to constitutional demands , especially after the events in Naples in January 1848
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Charles Albert and the Constitution of 1848

Author: William Andreagh Walsh

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Nepal

Constitution should function as an efficient tool for the fulfilment of their
aspirations , protection of their rights and ... Thus a demand for the enactment or
the change in the Constitution goes on until the aspirations of the masses are
fulfilled .

Nepal

Author: Shailendra Kumar Chaturvedi

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The Constitutional Year Book

renowal was demanded . It now stands on of the Commons was asserted and
estab . the Statnte Book as 25 Ellward I. ( 1297 ) . lished . The Petition of Right
presented Section 29 of this Act is the keystone of to Charles I. in 1628 hy the ...

The Constitutional Year Book

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ISBN: 9780855271909

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Cases and Materials on Constitutional Law

Themes for the Constitution's Third Century Daniel A. Farber, William N. Eskridge
, Philip P. Frickey. First Amendment demands more , however , when a state
government effectively wields the power to eliminate a political candidate from all
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Cases and Materials on Constitutional Law

Author: Daniel A. Farber

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ISBN: 9780314247469

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The Constitution of Rights

An unreflective majoritarian complacency about the traditional scope of human
rights cannot be the measure of these demands ; it may not reflect enduring
wisdom but rather be a symptom of a constitutionally decadent public opinion that
does ...

The Constitution of Rights

Author: Michael J. Meyer

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This volume presents essays on the place of "dignity" or "human dignity" in the moral and juridical universe of the U.S. Constitution. It is dedicated to William J. Brennan, Jr., whose tenure as a Supreme Court associate justice marks the high point of efforts to include the idea of dignity as "implicit in the scheme of ordered liberty" that is part "of the deepest held conviction of a civilized people." The essays are of two kinds: efforts to define human dignity, or studies of human dignity as a principle in the structure of liberty found in the Bill of Rights and the Civil War amendments. The essays argue for the recognition of the idea of dignity as part of the very foundation of the constitution of rights, liberties, and obligations celebrated in the 1991 bicentennial of the Bill of Rights. An exception is a vintage piece by Raoul Berger, in which he rejects Brennan's approach to constitutional interpretation. ISBN 0-8014-2650-2: $32.50.