The Kennedy Assassination Cover-up

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Nova Publishers, 2000 - History - 306 pages
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Professor Gibson peels away layers of the JFK assassination conspiracy and cover-up. An effectively researched and probing analysis of America's most important solved murder.
 

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Contents

The Warren Report An Amalgam of Improbabilities and Impossibilities
1
The Official Story
4
Improbability Impossibility And The Warren Commissions Conclusion
5
The First 72 Hours
15
Media Frenzy Or Foul Play?
22
The Media Solves The Case From Afar
27
Belmont And Hoover
34
The Creation of the Warren Commission
45
Freeport Sulphur And The Establishment
168
Boston South
173
Racists And Aristocrats
174
United Fruit And The Drug Trade
176
Shaws Significance
179
Internationalism and the Kennedy Assassination
181
Institute Of Pacific Relations An IH Sister
187
International Trade Mart
192

The House Select Committees Tale
47
A More Accurate Story
50
Creating The Warren Commission
54
The McCloyDulles Commission
89
The MccloyDulles Commission And The Real Pecking Order
90
Shaping The Investigation
98
Dusting The Evidence
104
The Magic Bullet
112
Dusting On
116
Summary
122
The Coverup Was An Establishment Project
125
The Network
126
Long and Kennedy
139
Long and His Opposition
148
Assassination
152
From Huey Long To Clay Shaw
161
Establishment Rightwingers
162
The Higher Powers
165
IPR And Oswalds Cousin
194
Conclusion
202
Establishment Radicals and Kennedy Lamont Chomsky and Russell
203
The Ever Curious Corliss
204
Oswalds Lamont Pamphlet
207
Lord Russell
210
Russell And The Kennedy Assassination
214
The British Who Killed Kennedy Committee
216
Rethinking Chomsky
218
The Information and Disinformation Age
225
Confused And Not So Confused Critics Honest And Dishonest
229
The Beginning
247
Kennedy At War With The Establishment
251
Kennedys Stock Plummets On Wall Street
259
Conclusion And Beginning
266
Bibliography
271
Index
293
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