The writer is Noah Feldman, a law professor at Harvard and a Bloomberg columnist. He also clerked for Souter at SCOTUS.
Since we have been discussing the legal aspects of the impeachment inquiry and the White House has thumbed it’s nose at the House, “what now” rears its head.
Feldman touches on the history and the conundrums of impeachment.
I tried to find a link without a paywall, though NYT does normally have a certain number of free reads per month.
Good read though.