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The Chancellor Affair: The FBI File

The True Story about How President Warren G. Harding Abused Power in the White House and Silenced His Most Vocal Critic
Narrated by: Scott F. Guinn
Length: 1 hr
Categories: Nonfiction, Politics
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The American economy is in a recession. The Republican president, with strong ties to the oil industry, is dim-witted but loyal to a fault. The US Attorney General is abusing power against American citizens. And a book, written by an outspoken political critic, bashes the president and causes an uproar among the masses.

Looking back almost 100 years, a previously untold retribution scenario played itself out with United States President Warren G. Harding, Attorney General Harry Daugherty, and college professor William Estabrook Chancellor.

©2017 Monte Robison (P)2017 Monte Robison

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