Congressional investigations of the Department of Justice, 1920-2007

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Introduction --The legal basis for oversight --Illustrative investigations and case law --Assessment of DOJ's opposition to congressional access to information in open and closed litigation files and to internal deliberative materials --Concluding observations --Selected congressional investigations of the Department of Justice, Congressional Investigations of the Department of Justice, History, Law, and Practice Summary Legislative oversight is most commonly conducted through congressional budget, authorization, appropriations, confir mation, and investiga tive processes, and, in rare instances, through impeachment.

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