Mark Koyama and Noel D. Johnson look at competing state structures in early modern Europe.
Gene Healy says we should be less afraid of a lawful, constitutional way to keep power in check.
Bob Bauer looks at impeachments in the past and finds that politics has been a brake, not an accelerator.
Sanford Levinson suggests adding several new checks on presidential power.
Ross Garber says impeachment isn't to be taken lightly. As a leading impeachment attorney, he speaks from experience.
When it comes to impeachment, Gene Healy says, "recent history suggests that what disruption we suffer is entirely manageable."