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Thomas MallonIn The Kennedy Assassination Tapes, through an alternation of transcript and commentary, Max Holland is able to assemble and evaluate nearly everything Lyndon Johnson had to say -- at least on the telephone -- about the commission's formation and his predecessor's killing. The result is an instructive, even poignant, look at how self-interest and accident may complicate the federal investigation of a national calamity. It also shows good sense and honest intentions going about their flawed, fundamentally sound and ever-after-disputed work.
— The New York Times