January 6 Committee Report in a Nutshell
Table of Contents
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The January 6 Select Committee Report is 814 pages long. Though filled with valuable information, its length discourages all but the most intrepid readers. This short book is designed to bring the essential conclusions of the Report to a wide audience in an attractive format. In addition, each chapter provides several study questions designed for individual or group inquiry. The goal is to present the events leading up to and on January 6, 2021 in Washington DC in an accessible, clear fashion.
Preface . . . . . .
Chapter One: Introduction and Seven Themes. . .
Chapter Two: Executive Summary: Three Important Findings. . .
Chapter Three: The Remainder of the Executive Summary. . .
Chapter Four: The Big Lie
Chapter Five: “I Just Want to Find 11, 780 Votes”. . . .
Chapter Six: The Fake Elector Strategy. . . .
Chapter Seven: “Just Call it Corrupt”—President Trump’s Effort to Co-opt the Federal Department of Justice. . .
Chapter Eight: Pressuring Vice-President Mike Pence. . .
Chapter Nine: Calling People to Washington DC on January 6, 2021. . . .
Chapter Ten: 187 Minutes of Dereliction of Duty. . . .
Chapter Eleven: An Analysis of the Occupation of the Capitol. . .
Chapter Twelve: Recommendations and Appendices. . .
Chapter Thirteen: So What Do We Call What Happened on January 6, 2021?
Appendix. Criminal Charges Recommended. What the Committee Couldn’t Do. .