Moakley Oral History Project OH-033
Charles Johnson, who worked for the House Parliamentarian Office from 1964 through 2004, reflects on his career serving as assistant parliamentarian, deputy parliamentarian and House parliamentarian. He discusses the role of the parliamentarian office; his relationship with Congressman John Joseph Moakley; Congressman Moakley’s relationships with his colleagues; the Clinton impeachment process; and how Congressman Moakley’s career is a legacy of public service.
Congressman Joe Moakley, U.S. Congress, Rules Committee, Newt Gingrich
Moakley, John Joseph, 1927-2001, United States--Congress, United States--Congress--House--Office of the Parliamentarian, United States--Congress--House--Committee on Rules, Gingrich, Newt
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Johnson, Charles W. and McEttrick, Joseph, "Oral history interview with Charles Johnson (OH-033)" (2004). Moakley Archive Oral History Project. 33.