Congressional investigations; a study of the origin and development of the power of Congress to investigate and punish for contempt, by Ernest J. Eberling ...
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Contempt of court -- United States.
United States. Congress -- Powers and duties.
Witnesses -- United States.
Studies in history, economics, and public law, no. 307.
452 p. 23 cm.
Published also as thesis (Ph.D.) Columbia University, 1928.
Bibliography: p. 436-439.
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