While some chapters can drag on at times, it's only because of how thorough each player's backstory and allegiances are shelled out and how many individual's stories and perspectives are told surrounding that fateful day in November. As a Wilmingtonian, I was never taught about this in school and I was outraged by what I read, and even by how eerily similar a lot of the political devices and the undermining of a fair election used back then is to current events.
Wilmington's Lie (WINNER OF THE 2021 PULITZER PRIZE)
Books | David Zucchino
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