Dispatches by Slate's political correspondent, David Plotz.
Posted Feb. 12: The Senate acquits itself.
Posted Feb. 9: Great expectations.
Posted Feb. 8: A pecking or a choking?
Posted Feb. 4: The rush to judgment.
Posted Feb. 3: A tale of two trials.
Posted Jan. 27: Among the hyenas.
Posted Jan. 26: The managers murder the genie.
Posted Jan. 25: The Senate behaves like itself.
Posted Jan. 22: Notions to dismiss.
Posted Jan. 21: Clinton's other jurors.
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