Poking a dirty finger into the wound « Engine For Change

A Tuesday night rant with a Civil War twist.  In July 1881 President James A. Garfield was shot while waiting to board a train in Washington, DC. He lived for eleven weeks after the shooting, dying from sepsis on September 19, 1881.

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