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The Accident that Almost Decapitated the US Government | History News Network

Currier and Ives lithograph of the USS Princeton explosion, 1844  It is the stuff of political thriller novels and a recent television series (Designated Survivor). What if the government of the United States was decapitated by a single event? In reality, one man tried, and failed.
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The Accident that Almost Decapitated the US Government | History News Network

Currier and Ives lithograph of the USS Princeton explosion, 1844  It is the stuff of political thriller novels and a recent television series (Designated Survivor). What if the government of the United States was decapitated by a single event? In reality, one man tried, and failed. In 1865, John Wilkes Booth’s conspiracy succeeded in killing President Abraham Lincoln, but two other targets, Vice President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State Wi…

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