As the ages of some American presidential candidates increase, and as the stress of being president intensifies, the story of Woodrow Wilson's 1919 stroke takes on new meaning and urgency. Many know that Woodrow Wilson had a stroke, but few know of its severity, the information that was withheld from the public, and how it affected the operation of the Government. Nor are most aware of who blocked the president's removal and who took his place when he was unable to act. The answers to these questions lie in the details of the conspiracy in the Wilson White House, and those details are the subject of this book.
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