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THOM HARTMANN is a New York Times bestselling author and national radio host, formerly with Air America and now syndicated by Dial Global. Recently called the most important progressive talk show host in America by Talkers magazine, he is also the author of numerous books, including The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight, which helped inspire Leonardo DiCaprio's documentary The 11th Hour, which features Hartmann. His other books include We the People, Unequal Protection, What Would Jefferson Do?, and Screwed. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Finally a definitive book on all of the unanswered questions about the Kennedy assassinations!
Makes perfect sense.
Compelling evidence. Read more
Outstanding nonfiction book. A must buy, read for anyone interested in American history, JFK. Brilliant writing, phenomenal research, content. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ashley Peterson
Outstanding content. Phenomenal nonfiction book! Highly recommended reading for any American citizen. Excellent insight, research, content. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ashley Peterson
Good book but tedious with a seeming cast of hundreds. Well researched and gives explanation for why so many of the records from the Kennedy assassination are still sealed.Published 6 months ago by Waneta E. Boyce
I am still reading Legacy of Secrecy. I like it very much. I have read many books on the JFK assassination and it seems each one has a little different twist to it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rheta M.
Well researched. Finally the true story behind the JFk assassination. Richard Helms-CIA- director caused the tragedy due to his greed for.power. Read morePublished 8 months ago by George H.
After reading reviews here, including and especially reviews by people who like this book, I won't read it and am disappointed that Thom Hartmann engaged in such incorrect... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dennis Allard