b'The Lincoln Assassination Conspiracy By Herb KaufmanApril 17, 2 p.m. (Bradford movie theater)The date was April 11, 1865. Abraham Lincolnwas delivering a White House speech aboutreconstruction following the war. In this speech, The Great Depression and the New Dealhe publicly endorsed black voting rights .By Dr. Greg Ferrolanguage that, for one in attendance, sealedthe presidents fate. The bystander was,Mar. 27, 13 p.m. & Mar. 28, 10 a.m.noonof course, John Wilkes Booth. Having(Bradford movie theater) previously conspired to kidnap the president,Mr. Booths plans changed to murder onA host of unemployed citizens face the grim problem of hearing these words. Three days later, his plansexistence, and an equally great number toil with little return.were carried out at Fords Theater. Well exploreThose, the words of President Franklin Roosevelt speaking of thethe compelling story of the conspiracy,Great Depression in his first inaugural address. His answer . the personalities, the trial, the evidence againstThe New Deal introduced massive social and economic reform that,Mary Surratt, and the strange case of John Surratt. over time, built confidence. But it was far from painless. Adding toIts a plot worthy of further study. this national anxiety was rising fascism, Nazism and communism on the other side of the world, eventually pulling us into WWII.Its a panoramic view of the political, economic and military history of the U.S. in the 30s. An era that helps to put any decade since, including our current one, into perspective. 44'