Goodman, Arthur. If Booth had Missed: A Drama of the Reconstruction Period
Divergence: 1865 CE
What if: A black employee of Ford's theater prevented John Wilkes Booth from killing Abraham Lincoln.
Summary: Lincoln rather than Johnson is impeached and tried for trying to fire Secretary of War Stanton, with more dramatic results.
Comments: A three-act play first presented by the Morningside Players in New York City in 1932.
Published: Samuel French 1932.