Why Spencer Perceval Had to Die

Why Spencer Perceval Had to Die

The Assassination of A British Prime Minister

Book - 2012
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Traces the story of the only assassination of a British prime minister in history, drawing on detective reports, letters, and testimony.
Publisher: New York : Walker & Company, c2012
Edition: 1st U. S. ed
Description: 296 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 25 cm
ISBN: 9780802779984
0802779980
Branch Call Number: 941.073 Spe

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StarGladiator
Jul 06, 2013

A tremendous researcher, although perhaps not the most interesting of writers, still, this is an important book in the annals of financial history and assassination. Clearly, Bellingham was receiving payments from a most interesting source (Percival, the British prime minister, signed the law forbidding British ports to be used in slave-trading, which hurt the rich back then, tremendously), which leads one to those money trails of the Lincoln assassination (private bankers), the John F. Kennedy assassination (his major differences with the Wall Streeters and super-rich, David Rockefeller, the Morgan and Mellon and du Pont and Harriman families, and so forth), and how Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated right after he took up the call for workers' rights AND his anti-Vietnam War stance, while Sen. Bobby Kennedy might have shed light on both those assassinations, and had to be silenced as well (plus, Bobby's anti-war stance also).

pabennett Oct 13, 2012

I returned this item weeks ago.

Thank you.

hgeng63 Sep 10, 2012

Tiresome to me. Had to plow through this one.

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