Performer: Robert Lewis Shayon
Title: You Are There: The Impeachment Of Andrew Johnson May 16, 1888; The Execution Of Emperor Maximilian June 19, 1867
Style: Spoken Word
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On May 16, the Senate failed to convict Johnson on one of the articles, with the 35–19 vote in favor of conviction falling short of the necessary two-thirds majority by a single vote. A ten-day recess was called before attempting to convict him on additional articles. This was the first impeachment of a President since creation of the office in 1789. Sefton, James E. "The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson: A Century of Writing," Civil War History, June 1968, Vol. 14 Issue 2, pp 120–147. Sigelman, Lee, Christopher J. Deering, and Burdett A. Loomis. Congress & the Presidency 28 (2001) pp 119–139.
You Are There presents "February 29, 1949. CBS net. "The Impeachment Of Andrew Johnson". The events of May 16, 1868. The suspenseful Senate vote to decide whether to remove the president from office. John Daly, Robert Lewis Shayon (producer, director), Quincy Howe, Ken Roberts, Irve Tunick (writer), Don Hollenbeck, Ned Calmer. More from You Are There! Podcast.
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On May 16, 1868, seven Republican senators defied party leaders, voting with the 12 Democrats to acquit Johnson of high crimes and misdemeanors -by a one-vote margin. Ironically, Johnson returned to Washington in 1875 as a senator, the first former president to serve in the chamber. George T. Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms, Serving the Summons on President Johnson, by T. R. Davis, 1868. Taking the Vote on the Impeachment of President Johnson, Senate Chamber, Washington, .
Robert Lewis Shayon (August 15, 1912 – June 28, 2008) was a writer and producer for WOR and for the CBS Radio in New York City. He was also a teacher at the Annenberg School for Communication and the University of Pennsylvania. He was born in Brooklyn on August 15, 1912. His mother died in 1918 when he was 6, and his father, who was an insurance salesman, later married a woman who had her own children. By the late 1920s, he was homeless and sleeping on park benches.
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Andrew Johnson was impeached on February 24, 1868, only to be acquitted on May 16 of that same year. His offenses were not great enough for him to be stripped of the presidency; the charges were simply the result of an escalating conflict between Democrats and Republicans of the 1860 s, in which Johnson steadfastly opposed Radicals in Congress. Johnson was the only Democratic Southerner in Congress to vote against secession. This was the reason that the Republican Party nominated him as Vice-President, to increase President Lincoln s chances for re-election in the 1864 elections.
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