Daniel Edward Cohen was born on March 12, 1936, in Chicago, Illinois. His parents divorced when he was very young and his mother, Sue Greenberg, married Milton Cohen, a veteran of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. Daniel Cohen attended Chicago public schools and was a "hanger-on" in the bohemian community around the Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Encouraged by praise of his articles on paranormal subjects, Cohen published his first book, Myths of the Space Age, a collection of skeptical essays on paranormal creatures and phenomena, in 1967. The Cohens moved to a farmhouse in Forestburgh, New York, in 1969 so Daniel could write full time. He originally planned to write popular science books, but the demands of the market led him to concentrate on books about ghosts, monsters, UFOs, and psychic phenomena.
by Cohen, Daniel, 1936-. Publication date 2000. Examines the events leading to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, including the Whitewater investigation, the media coverage, the grand jury proceedings, impeachment by the Senate, and the legacy of this scandal.
Daniel Edward Cohen (born in Chicago, Illinois) is an American non-fiction writer who has produced over one-hundred books, mainly for young audiences. In 1969 he moved to upstate New York with his wife, Susan Handler Cohen, to begin a career as a freelance children’s writer. Cohen is well known for his books about UFOs, ghosts, psychic phenomena, cryptozoology, and the occult
These charges stemmed from a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Clinton by Paula Jones. Clinton was subsequently acquitted of these charges by the Senate on February 12, 1999.
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These charges stemmed from a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Clinton by Paula Jones. Two other impeachment articles – a second perjury charge and a charge of abuse of power – failed in the House. This article is part of a series about.
The Impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton by Daniel Cohen (Brookfield, Conn. Millbrook Press, Twenty-First Century Books, 2000). Page proofs with illustrations: front matter, chapters 1-11, chronology, notes, bibliography, August 1999, (56 sheets). Published pages of article from unidentified grammar book, (3 p. Unpublished Works. Alien Abduction and Other Mysteries from Outer Space (.
The impeachment of Bill Clinton was initiated by the House of Representatives on December 19, 1998, against Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, on two charges, one of perjury and one of obstruction of justice. These charges stemmed from Clinton's extramarital affair with former White House Intern Monica Lewinsky and his testimony about the affair during a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against him by Paula Jones.
Impeachment Of Clinton. In 65, Hamilton discusses the powers of the senate in relation to the impeachment process. Two attempts of impeachment were made, but they resulted in failure. The action of President Johnson that led directly to his impeachment was his deliberate violation of the Tenure of Office Act. The Tenure of Office Act expanded the power to advise and consent by giving the Senate the right to accept or to reject the dismissal of presidential appointees. Under this law, the president could not remove incumbents in the executive branch while the Senate was in session without a majority vote in favor of the action.