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JSTOR: "They've Killed the President."
"They've Killed the President." Barry Glassner. Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 5, No. 3, 278-282. May, 1976. REVIEW ESSAY "They've Killed the President," by ...
Anson,R. They've Killed the President! 1975
Anson, Robert Sam. "They've Killed the President!" New York: Bantam Books, 1975. 408 pages. A number of books on the JFK assassination are indexed in ...
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DOUG'S JFK ASSASSINATION PAGE
My Personal Reviews of some JFK Assassination Books. Anson, Robert Sam. "They've Killed The President!: The Search For The Murderers of John F. Kennedy." ...
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Preserving the Legacy
Anson, Robert S. They've Killed the President: The Search for the Murderers of John F. Kennedy., New York: Bantam Books, Inc., 1975. Bishop, Jim. ...
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Priscilla and Lee: Before and After the Assassination - Part 1 ...
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Richard Case Nagell - The Education Forum
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5; ---- They've killed the President: the search for the murderers of John F. Kennedy. New York, Bantam Books, 1975. 408 p. E842.9. ...
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The Man Who Heard Too Much
THE MAN WHO HEARD TOO MUCH. Peter Whitmey Abbotsford, bc. Published in The Third Decade, November 1990 [Updates bracketed and italicized.] ...
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Smiths, Wings, and Ramblers
Smiths, Wings, and Ramblers. As mentioned earlier, a major link between the UT Rambler, the mutilated books, and the JFK assassination is the story of Miami ...
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