THE GREAT CONSPIRACY

HOLLYWOOD HISTORY OF U.S. PRESIDENTS (1789-1865)



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Days after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, Wall Street businessman John Smith Dye self-published History of the Plots and Crimes of the Great Conspiracy (1865). Dye’s book of sensational non-fiction presented an explosive circumstantial case for how and why Washington, D.C. slave politicians John C. Calhoun and Jefferson Davis orchestrated the demise of presidents James Monroe (1831), William Harrison (1841), Zachary Taylor (1850), and Abraham Lincoln (1865) while making unsuccessful attempts on the lives of Andrew Jackson (1835) and James Buchanan (1857). Scholars going back to the Jim Crow era have dismissed Dye as paranoid. But sometimes paranoia is just getting the facts right because most the U.S. history in Dye’s book is true and what little is known about his life reveals a forgotten patriot.

 
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