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President Kennedy Has Been Shot

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Hardcover, 320 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by Sourcebooks MediaFusion
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M.
Nov 10, 2014 M. rated it really liked it
A well researched book detailing President Kennedy's early history, the political climate of the early 1960's, and almost minute by minute accounts of the days immediately before and after President Kennedy was assassinated. Included is much information about Lee Harvey Oswald, the president's assassin, although information about Jack Ruby, Oswald's killer, is sparse and doesn't include his death before his second trial. Also included are many, many photographs and diagrams which enhance the ...more
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Great Minute by minute account of a modern day assassination of a president.
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