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Helpful votes received on reviews: 58% (7 of 12)
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Brothers: The Hidden History of the Kennedy Years by David Talbot
I read this book and by the end I was sad and angry. Talbot does a good job examining the Kennedy brothers, what they stood for and who they pissed off. It turns out they pissed off many a terrible and powerful men. Fifty years may have passed, but it still matters why these two were murdered.
The Last Investigation: What Insiders Know about t&hellip by Gaeton Fonzi
This is written by Gaeton Fonzi, a field investigator for the HSCA in the 1970s. He doesnt talk much about his theories on who killed Kennedy, more about how the investigation was sabotaged by the powers that be. Everything is backed up by solid and credible evidence, the most glaring being the means that the CIA uses to block and sabotage the whole thing. Not only is Mr. Fonzi a credible investigator, hes a damn good writer. The whole thing reads like a great detective novel. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in finding out what really happened on November 22nd 1963.
JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Ma&hellip by James W. Douglass
Its based on the premise that after the Cuban Missile Crisis, JFK had begun to turn towards peace. While I have always believed there was a grand conspiracy behind the assassination, I have always had my doubts about his commitment to peace. No longer. After reading this incredibly well researched and well written book, there is no doubt in my mind that Kennedy was completely isolated and at war with national security. Douglass also does an amazing job showing how the patsy Oswald was being moved along the chess board by the powers that be. A very sad, but somehow inspiring book.

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