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Monday, January 4, 1999

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  • Renhquist’s Perspective On Impeachment

    Supreme Court Chief William Rehnquist will preside over the Senate impeachment trial of President Clinton, if it ever comes before the Senate. Rehnquist has actually written a book on two such trials entitled "Grand Inquest," which lends some insight into how he would conduct such an historic proceeding.

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    Larry Mungin was raised in a housing project in Queens, but he dreamed of another life in which he could excel and be, as he defined it, "a good Black." He studied hard, earned a degree from Harvard College and Harvard Law School and went to work in a corporate firm. Two years later he sued that firm for racial discrimination in an explosive court case that led to a temporary victory and the largest monetary settlement ever awarded for discrimination.