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."
It's the constitutional remedy when elected officials are guilty of serious wrongdoing. But is it worth the risks?