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It's a Conspiracy

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Americans love conspiracies; we talk about them all the time, but we don't know much about them. Here is a collection of the most compelling conspiracy theories around--the murders of the Kennedys; the suspicious deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Natalie Wood; the possible poisoning of Pope John Paul I--a feast of fearful facts to satisfy even the most ardent paranoiac.
Paperback, 250 pages
Published July 1st 1992 by Behind The News Press
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Dec 15, 2014 Tim rated it really liked it
This was an enjoyable little book – a collection of real life conspiracy stories, covering a variety of subjects. The usual suspects are here – JFK, Bobby Kennedy, Malcom X, Martin Luther King, Karen Silkwood, Agent Orange, and Iran Contra, among others. But so are a number of lesser known instances of possible conspiracies, some from over 50 years ago. Also present are some interesting takes on well established suspicious situations. For example, this book asserts that the Watergate burglary wa ...more
Apr 27, 2009 Jojono rated it it was amazing
Fucking Scary...
I looked over my shoulder... As I read about the CIA and FBI ,Hoover, Elvis, The Nazi's, Reagan/Bush administration,The Kennedy's and Richard Nixon. This is something everybody should read. I found it on my toilet!
A calm and balanced analysis of a number of events and situations that have become the topics of conspiracy theories. The authors present the relevant information and point out possible interpretations, but don't leap to conclusions where the evidence doesn't warrant it.
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Apr 22, 2010 Matt Piechocinski rated it really liked it
I got this as a birthday gift in High School from the Coleman's, when I was going through this conspiracy phase. It's pretty funny.
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