By James E. Rogan
It has been more than a dozen years since the media force-fed America and the world a steady diet of Monica Lewinsky's blue dress, a wagging presidential finger and the parsing of phrases like "the meaning of 'is.'"
Now, Jim Rogan has opened this archive for both modern readers and for history by penning the ultimate insider's story on what led a very reluctant House of Representatives to impeach a then-very-popular American president.
From his first day on the House Judiciary Committee, Rogan knew if the scandal ever led to impeachment proceedings, future accounts would suffer from faulty memories or faulty motives. To combat the threat of factual or historical error, Rogan kept copious notes during every significant meeting relating to impeachment from his first day on the committee. He did this so there would be a complete and accurate historical chronicle -- the best evidence -- of what really happened behind the scenes in the unfolding drama.
This historically important archive is unmatched in its thoroughness and integrity.
About the Author
James Rogan is a judge of the Superior Court of California, a law professor and former member of the U.S. House of Representatives. As a freshman member of the House Judiciary Committee, he was chosen to help lead the prosecution of President Bill Clinton. His first book, "Rough Edges," was published in 2004 to critical acclaim.
e-book: 476 pages
Publisher: WND Books (May 3, 2011)