The Coup Attempt That Didn't Fail

The Wilmington Massacre of 1898, America's only successful coup d'état, has eery parallels to the 1/6 attack on the Capital

The remains of the office of the Wilmington Daily Record, Wilmington’s Black-owned newspaper, after insurrectionists burned in the Wilmington coup and massacre, November 10, 1898. Image: Wikipedia Commons


“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” ~Mark Twain, American author, and humorist

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