- Paperback: 350 pages
- Publisher: S.P.I. Books (November 1, 1992)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1561711888
- ISBN-13: 978-1561711888
- Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.2 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,603,787 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Crimes of a President: New Revelations on the Conspiracy and Cover Up in the Bush and Reagan Administration Paperback – November 1, 1992
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Bainerman has done some interviewing of participants - but mostly the service he has rendere! d is to pull together the information that was published. It is a very carefully researched review of each of affair. In the end he lets the reader see what a mess of dangling ends and unresolved mysteries surround each of these events, but the reader is free to make there own judgement about what this all means. As always with a work of this nature a skeptical but non-specialist reader can only spot check the veracity of the authors use of published sources - this reader bothered to get hold of one of the articles and see if the use was fair and in context - and it was, and is fairly familiar with two of the stories (Casolaro and Pan Am 103) and Bainerman seems to have covered what is known quite well.
It is unfortunate that the book did not get into the hands of a better publisher - the book lacks an index, and has a chatty style that could have used the control imposed by a good editor, and is poorly printed - typos and all. It is interesting to speculate why no major publisher would handle this book - convincing or not it is well within the range of what bigger (are there smaller) houses will handle ? Even for those who will disagree with Bainerman's facts on one story or another it is unfortunate that it was handled by such a fringe press - there are no reviews, and so no criticism by experts. If buried in the reams of facts that Bainerman provides there are some inaccuracies I would like to know that too, but with a good work exiled to a fringe press I won't ever get that analysis. Nonetheless it certainly behooves any American interested in official (as opposed to bedroom) activities of the people we put in the White House to look this over. George Bush Sr. may be in the past, but George Bush Jr. is as likely as any Republican to be running in 2000 - now is the time to find out what he may have learned from dad.