C-Span "Book TV" Airs The Case for Impeachment
Sat Aug 26, 2006 03:18

C-Span "Book TV" Airs The Case for Impeachment
Dear Center for Constitutional Rights Supporter,

We would like to alert you to a provocative and timely discussion covering Impeachment this weekend on CSpan's Book TV.
This Saturday, C-Span will premiere an exciting 75-minute program featuring the Center for Constitutional Rights' Deputy Legal Director Barbara Olshansky and journalist Dave Lindorff discussing their book "The Case for Impeachment: The Legal Argument for Removing President George W. Bush from Office." The show was taped by C-Span at Robin's Books in Philadelphia in July. It will begin airing nationally on C-Span2's "Book TV" program this Saturday, August 26, at 11pm Eastern (8pm Pacific) and again on Sunday, August 27, at 8:15am Eastern (5:15am Pacific).

Meanwhile, if you want to check out an informative and intelligent (and civilized!) discussion about the Bush impeachment issue, it's going on all this week at Salon Table Talk. Anyone can follow the discussion, which features Lindorff and Olshansky, and others interested in the book and the issue. You have to contact Mary Beth, the host, about joining in, but anyone can read the entries. "Table Talk" will be featuring the impeachment issue all this week. (If you aren't a paid subscriber to Salon, go to www.Salon.com , click on the ad, watch it for one frame, and then get a free day pass.)

For further information about the case for impeachment please visit:



Know your rights,

Nicholas Jahr
Center for Constitutional Rights


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