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The Ends of Power Paperback – November, 1978
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He wrote of the Watergate tapes: "In all of those Nixon references to the Bay of Pigs, [Nixon] was actually referring to the Kennedy assassination...After Kennedy was killed, the CIA launched a fantastic cover-up...The CIA literally erased any connection between Kennedy's assassination and the CIA...in fact, Counter Intelligence Chief James Angleton of the CIA called Bill Sullivan of the FBI and rehearsed the questions and answers they would give to the Warren Commission investigators." Haldeman seemed to be of the opinion that Castro was behind the assassination, and for some reason the CIA covered this up.
Chris Matthews wrote in 12/24/1995 that Haldeman "repeatedly denied ever writing the passage [about the Bay of Pigs]...Haldeman told me personally in the weeks just before his death that this particular passage in 'The Ends of Power,' was the creation of his ghost-writer." I personally don't find Matthews credible when talking about the JFK assassination, and it's hard to believe Haldeman didn't approve of everything his ghost-writer put in the manuscript.
Very disappointed because I thought a dying man's last words (he died after the book was published) would be more honest and forthright.
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