The New Encyclopedia of American Scandal

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Infobase Publishing, 2001 - Scandals - 455 pages
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Covering people and events from the 1630s to the present day, this reference offers 455 entries on such topics as dirty politics, white-collar scams, botched cover-ups, tawdry love affairs, and despicable acts of corruption.

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The new encyclopedia of American scandal

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For the purposes of this book, editor Kohn (The Dictionary of Historic Documents) has defined a scandal as "a grave loss of or injury to reputation resulting from actual or apparent breach or ... Read full review

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I would like to read Page 282 -
Regarding George Osgoodby, my great grandfather, and
his son, Charles Osgoodby and what was said about the
Murchison letter.
Where can this page be found?
Susie Russell-Wagner


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