Coup D'Etat in America: The CIA and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy

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Quick American Archives, Dec 30, 1992 - History - 382 pages
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COUP D'ETAT IN AMERICA - This seminal reference on the Kennedy assassination was first published in 1975, & has been revised, edited, & brought up to date with new interviews, research, evidence & photographs. This book reveals the names & motivations behind the murder of the President of the United States in 1963. Using government documents, photographs, eyewitness reports, & expert analyses, Weberman & Canfield connect a chain of evidence linking organized crime, the CIA & Cuban exiles with the assassination. An exclusive photographic overlay allows readers to compare the faces of the three tramps with the faces of well-known CIA personnel. Recent government dis-information campaigns regarding the identity of the three tramps are debunked, & the findings of the Warren & Rockefeller Commissions are refuted point by point. A brutally honest investigation into the seamier side of politics.

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Incredibly detailed information on the life of Oswald. I enjoyed what I read and thought it was good. Some other book came along and seduced me away from this one. I will finish reading Coup D'Etat in America in the near future. Read full review



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