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This book is well researched and thoroughly footnoted and documented.
James W. Douglass' "JFK and the Unspeakable" is the most comprehensive and shocking treatment of the forces behind the death of President John F. Kennedy.
Like much of the world I read as much as I can about the assisnation to see what really happened and to see how it affects our country even today.
Very good research, and very convincing. I had always before considered anyone who didn't believe that Oswald was the assassin as a kook. But, Mr. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Donald A. Tevault
The best book written explaining the "Why" JFK was killed and who was behind it.Published 9 days ago by Leo
Most informed book I have read on JFK Assassination - and I have read over fifty (50+) books on the subject.Published 10 days ago by Gary Slattery
The book purchase process was easy, as always. The book content is very good. Douglas brings a different kind of insight into the whole history of Kennedy's days in office. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Edward Dennis Spring
Excellent history. So much of what the public did not know of this president or his times.Published 12 days ago by Kiwi
I was thirteen when I learned that President Kennedy had been murdered, in general science, the last class of the day. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Walter Stanley