In 1881, a man killed the President of the United States. In 1901, another man killed another President of the United States. Grant teaches us about these two: their motivations, their preparations, their trials, and the effects of their acts. Is assassination a part of American politics? How do such different people meet at the same conclusion?

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Ballad of Guiteau and Ballad of Czolgosz by Stephen Sondheim, performed by Neil Patrick Harris and Denis O'Hare
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