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Madness In The Magnolias : An Expose Novel
by Seymore Trammell and Wm Productions and Warren Trammell




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A TRUE STORY OF PRESIDENT NIXON AND THE BUSHES CONSPIRING TO ASSASSINATE GOVERNOR GEORGE WALLACE DURING THE CIVIL RIGHTS ERA "I was his 'right arm.' I was his 'hatchet man' too. I gave him all the credit. I took the blame. Taking the credit and denying blame is weakness."... Seymore Trammell A TRUE ACCOUNT Of George Wallace's Rise to power, during the Civil Rights Era in The Deep South. Written By George Wallace's Top Aide, Seymore Trammell while he was incarcerated in a Federal Prison in 1972 and after his near fatal car accident orchestrated by the Nixon administration's 'The Plumbers.' A true but shocking story kept in the dark for almost 50 years of corruption, plots, deception and heartaches, during the Civil Rights Era in the South. Meet Bobby Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon and Martin Luther King along with all the Main Players during this tumultuous time in United States History. Nixon And The Bushes, All Involved In A Turmoil Of Deception, Assassination Plots And Intrigue During The Civil Rights Era In The Deep South.... Bonus Material added with The Alabama Project

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A TRUE STORY OF PRESIDENT NIXON AND THE BUSHES CONSPIRING TO ASSASSINATE GOVERNOR GEORGE WALLACE DURING THE CIVIL RIGHTS ERA "I was his 'right arm.' I was his 'hatchet man' too. I gave him all the credit. I took the blame. Taking the credit and denying blame is weakness."... Seymore Trammell A TRUE ACCOUNT Of George Wallace's Rise to power, during the Civil Rights Era in The Deep South. Written By George Wallace's Top Aide, Seymore Trammell while he was incarcerated in a Federal Prison in 1972 and after his near fatal car accident orchestrated by the Nixon administration's 'The Plumbers.' A true but shocking story kept in the dark for almost 50 years of corruption, plots, deception and heartaches, during the Civil Rights Era in the South. Meet Bobby Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon and Martin Luther King along with all the Main Players during this tumultuous time in United States History. Nixon And The Bushes, All Involved In A Turmoil Of Deception, Assassination Plots And Intrigue During The Civil Rights Era In The Deep South.... Bonus Material added with The Alabama Project


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  • ISBN-13: 9781543295337
  • ISBN-10: 1543295339
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: April 2017
  • Page Count: 300
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.67 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.97 pounds


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