The Impeachment Papers

DPLA is proud to release The Impeachment Papers: A Compendium of Documents Related to the Impeachment of President Donald J. Trump and The Report by the Senate Intelligence Committee on Russian Active Measure Campaigns and Interference in the 2016 U.S. Election. This ebook adds to the work we started with our award-winning ebook version of the Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election, i.e. The Mueller Report.

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The Impeachment Papers is also available online here.

This is version two of The Impeachment Papers, which includes the documents related to the FISA Applications and Other Aspects of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation and the House Intelligence and Judiciary Committee reports, all of which were released in December 2019, as well as other enhancements including links to sources that are referenced.

These books are part of the Open Bookshelf, a free collection of openly-licensed ebooks available to libraries and the public. They were created in collaboration with the Internet Archive.  Digital Divide Data, also a nonprofit, provided EPUB conversion, OCR, and proofreading services. Special thanks to Joe Germuska, head of the Knight Lab at Northwestern University for his assistance in curating the papers and to Bill Kasdorf and Thad McIlroy of Publishing Technology Partners for their help to make this book accessible to those with text disabilities.

All three ebooks are available for download and also in the DPLA Open Bookshelf collection in the SimplyE App (iOS or Android).

DPLA’s ebook work has been supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. SimplyE was developed by The New York Public Library. To learn more about Open Bookshelf and other DPLA ebooks offerings, visit ebooks.dp.la.