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Who Killed Warren G. Harding?

Who Killed Warren G. Harding? (ISBN10: 146288038X; ISBN13: 9781462880386)
ISBN13: 978-1462880386
ISBN10: 146288038X

Summary: This book tells a true story, and like all true stories, it has many different beginnings. It begins with Warren G. Harding's death in August 1923, and it begins with Timothy Wright's trip to New England in January 1933 to find out more about Harding's death, and it begins with Zachary Peters's discovery of Wright's unpublished record of what he found. Who Killed Warren G. Harding? opens with Harding's years as a small-town, small-time journalist and Wright's years as a major reporter and column
ist and companion of presidents, including Harding, and Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover. Peters's curiosity about Harding led him to Wright, which led him back to Harding. What he found out could have changed everything. As readers browse through the fascinating pages of this book, they will discover a gripping narrative of what Timothy Wright learned on that day in New England and the days that followed. He never published what he found, a decision that will explain itself in the course of the story. When he died, Wright left his papers a vast and valuable collection of material to the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress and the Hoover Institute on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford. Zachary Peters decided to publish his work so that the world may know of Wright's remarkable story.
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Summary: This book tells a true story, and like all true stories, it has many different beginnings. It begins with Warren G. Harding's death in August 1923, and it begins with Timothy Wright's trip to New England in January 1933 to find out more about Harding's death, and it begins with Zachary Peters's discovery of Wright's unpublished record of what he found. Who Killed Warren G. Harding? opens with Harding's years as a small-town, small-time journalist and Wright's years as a major reporter and columnist and companion of presidents, including Harding, and Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover. Peters's curiosity about Harding led him to Wright, which led him back to Harding. What he found out could have changed everything. As readers browse through the fascinating pages of this book, they will discover a gripping narrative of what Timothy Wright learned on that day in New England and the days that followed. He never published what he found, a decision that will explain itself in the course of the story. When he died, Wright left his papers a vast and valuable collection of material to the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress and the Hoover Institute on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford. Zachary Peters decided to publish his work so that the world may know of Wright's remarkable story....show less

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Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Year Published: 2011
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