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Samuel Tilden; The Real 19th President by…

Samuel Tilden; The Real 19th President

by Nikki Oldaker

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Cannot review it - I wrote it...Currently producing a documenary on Tilden from these books and other research collected
  noldaker | Oct 3, 2009 |
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Based on truth - Democratic candidate NY Governor Samuel Tilden's won the Presidency by over 254,000 votes. The story reveals how a NY Times Editor and the Republicans conspired to steal the election. Part Two -reveals all the facts about how the election was stolen - who was rewarded for their corruption and who was not.

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