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Danielle Allen is a political theorist at Harvard University and a contributing columnist for The Washington Post.
The impeachment process should be about truth-seeking, not removing a president.
Will your child have civics this year?
The House is moving forward with its constitutional obligations, as it should.
Let’s help our president out by cleaning up the law of incitement so that the legal jeopardy is clear.
Checks and balances just aren’t working anymore.
When good and decent people who voted for Trump are tarred with the same brush his adversaries apply to him, their anger activates.
The reasonable interpretation is that Congress considers the president not guilty of a high crime.
It already has the information it needs to act.
The framers created this legal mechanism as a tool for pursuing the common good, and that’s how we should think about it.
How has our language become so empty?