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In the book and website about Warren G. Harding, his cousin Marsha Stewart has written a very insightful book: “Death by Blackness."
Here is an excerpt:
"We passed the black and white photograph to each other looking at the morbid gray mist above his head. There was a ghostly spirit like figure toppling his head as it got caught on the edge of the photo. He had finally been set free from his mental (Black man image) torment. We passed it[the photo] along until everybody had a chance to see it...."
Warren G. Harding won the 1920 Presidential Election by a landslide. He was popular beyond belief, but just before his death he was dubbed: “corrupt, incompetent, spineless and lacking the ability to speak authoritatively about public questions.”
Warren G. Harding's presidency was also one of total disrespect.
"Harding's nomination and election proved the old adage that anyone could become president.""This Negro couldn't be lynched like the other Negroes--not a public display."
I believe that is why he was eliminated mysteriously...
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