On the Trail of the Assassins

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Warner Books, 1991 - History - 406 pages
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An account of Jim Garrison's attempt to solve the Kennedy assassination describes how Garrison was ridiculed by the press, denounced by the FBI, and harrassed by the CIA because of his allegations that the government was involved in Kennedy's death. Reprint.

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User Review  - Robert Paxton - Goodreads

I recently - last semester - took a class strictly on the conspiracies surrounding the JFK assassination. A whole 3 credit course with a legitimate letter grade in the end. I had my expectations of a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Christopher Earl - Goodreads

A great book charting the New Orleans connection of the JFK assassination . Jim Garrison although failing to convict Shaw brought the first public prosecution in the Kennedy Case Read full review

About the author (1991)

Jim Garrison is the author of Godzation and the Transformation of Power. He lives in San Francisco.

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