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Four Days in November by Vincent Bugliosi
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Mar 24, 2011

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bookshelves: kennedy-family, american-history

More Kennedy stuff. I'm in the mood. This book is actually drawn from a larger book, Bugliosi's 2,000 page Reclaiming History, which is a comprehensive study of the assassination and debunking of the various conspiracy theories. This book is a very in-depth narrative of the four days from the morning to the assassination to the funerals of JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald four days later. It's very readable, very dramatic and very precise, and I have to confess, it is persuasive. But I just don't believe Oswald acted alone. The only problem with these books dismissing the conspiracy theories is they do tend, just as the conspiracy theorists do, to be honest, to be selective with the evidence. Or perhaps I just don't want to believe? Who knows?
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