Signed by Committee Chairman Peter W. Rodino, the Report of the Committee On The Judiciary House of Representatives on the Impeachment of Richard Nixon, published August 20, 1974.
Octavo, 528pp. Bound in full green leather, marbled endpapers, title in gilt on spine. Publisher’s original gray wrappers bound in, numerous blank leaves before and after the report. This is report number 93-1305, from the 23rd Congress, Second Session, of the House of Representatives. Signed on the title page: “With my best wishes, Pete W. Rodino.”
Representative Peter W. Rodino Jr. (1909-2005) was best known for his pivotal role during the Watergate scandal. Serving as a Democratic congressman from New Jersey from 1949 to 1989, Rodino rose to national prominence as the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate crisis. His leadership of the committee was marked by a commitment to fairness and bipartisanship, earning respect from both Democrats and Republicans. His tenure in Congress was also noted for his work on civil rights and immigration reform, reflecting his deep commitment to social justice issues.