Book Review: “Outrageous: Volume One: Rise to Riches” by Neal KatzApril 15, 2016 at 4:50 am | Posted in Books | Leave a comment
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From the back cover: Victoria Claflin Woodhull (1838 – 1927) become the first woman to run for president. Tennessee Celeste Claflin (1845 – 1923) beguiled the richest man in America, Cornelius Vanderbilt, who fell completely in love with her. Learn how they ruthlessly manipulated Wall Street and the Gold Exchange endangering the entire US economy.
Volume One of The Victoria Woodhull Saga, Outrageous: Rise to Riches tells the poignant, lascivious, and compelling inside story from Victoria’s personal point of view.
I think if you mention the name of Victoria Woodhull you are probably going to get a blank stare from most people and that is a shame. Victoria, and her sister, ran with the elite and dealt with the upper echelons of Washington. They knew President Grant. Not only did they help create the possibility of the US economic collapse they helped avert it. This is history told from an insider point of view in a way that we have not heard before. This is great stuff. While we are taught the events that transpire in these pages in our History classes we are not taught them from one who lived them. I think there is more than enough excitement within these pages to keep you reading as fast as you can. Give yourself plenty of time to enjoy this book as you will want to finish it before going to bed. I am so looking forward to the next volume in The Victoria Woodhull Saga. I hope Mr. Katz does it soon.
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