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Great topic, interesting drama. However, it can often read dry as the author checks off a myriad of names and functions performed in what is a heavily layered drama. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. I. Szabo
In 1876, America celebrated the centennial of its independence. It was also the year of the most hotly contested presidential election in the history of the United States up until... Read morePublished 9 months ago by MBJ
This is a very interesting topic about a stolen election, Reconstruction-era politics, and the state of the Union following the Civil War. It should be a book you can't put down. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Keith Mars
If you thinks politics today is scandalous, think again. The setting the election of 1876 our countries centennial year and as raucous as then one in 2000. Eerily similar also. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Roy41chevy@AOL.com
A good read and a frank discussion of the election of 1876. Few people know that what happened to Al Gore happened about 125 years earlier ... and by the same party to boot!Published 17 months ago by Steve Olson
This is a well-written, easy to follow summary of the 1876 Presidential election and how the Republican Party managed to secure the victory of Hayes thorough fraudulent means. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gene C. Armistead
It shows how todays crooked politicians learned from the experts.Published 19 months ago by Gary W. Weber
I realize this is not a biography, but there was so much detail which I found tedious -- I would rather have read a biography or, at least, more about Rutherford's presidency.Published 20 months ago by Sylvia Claffey
This book makes the presidential election of 2000 a joke.The election was in fact stolen by the republican party,however Tilden the Democrat had little spunk and probably would... Read morePublished on May 21, 2014 by Neil or Sharon Ullman