It is March, 1834 and Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, is in danger of being impeached by the House of Representatives for assuming powers not conferred to the chief executive by the Constitution.  If convicted by the Senate, Jackson will be forced to resign and his vice president, Martin Van Buren, will assume the presidency.

The House will debate the following THREE ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT:

     1.  President Jackson has violated the separation
         of powers in his actions to destroy the Bank of
         the United States.


     2.  President Jackson violated states' rights in his
         dealings with South Carolina in the nullification
         crisis.


     3.  President Jackson violated laws, treaties, and
         Supreme Court orders in his dealings with
         Native Americans.