Reasonable doubt: an investigation into the assassination of John F. Kennedy

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Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1986 - History - 555 pages
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Presents a thorough examination into the unanswered questions surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy.

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Reasonable doubt: an investigation into the assassination of John F. Kennedy

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Except for confirmed Kennedy assassination freaks, most readers will approach yet another study of that killing with mixed feelings. In a well-researched work, as this appears to be, the story does ... Read full review

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This is one of the better overviews of the JFK assassination and of the theories surrounding it up to the date of its publication in 1985. While much of it is a considered overview of the opinions of ... Read full review

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The Stage
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Autopsy of the Century
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Ibid
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Copyright

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