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“Solidly researched, absorbing, and often provocative, this is recommended for most collections.” —William Thomas Miller, Library Journal [Refers to a previous edition.]
"Well reasoned and thought provoking.” —Publishers Weekly [Refers to a previous edition.]
“This well written, extensively reserached volume...is a competent and reputable piece of work.” —David Garrow, The Historian [Refers to a previous edition.]
Posted December 28, 2000
Micheal Kurtz provides excellent material for his two-faced analysis of the facts. He brings up great points about both the strengths and weaknesses of the lone-assassin theory. His book covers the main points about this event with in-depth analysis (Warren Commission, Lee Harvey Oswald, Murder of JD Tippit, House Report, etc.) He tries to stay away from speculation and successes. Although, the last chapter provides his own opinion about what possibly happened on day of the assassination. This book is a must read!
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Posted September 14, 2003