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Master And Madman

madman.jpgNearly 200 years ago a member of New Brunswick's Executive Council stood in the public square in Fredericton and declared that he was overthrowing the government. Anthony Lockwood then jumped on his horse and galloped through the streets brandishing a pair of sawed-off pistols and threatening his enemies. The story is now a book.  Nicholas Tracy is co-author of "Master and Madman: The Surprising Rise and Disasterous Fall of the Hon. Anthony Lockwood" published by Goose Lane.

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