The Kennedy Years

The Kennedy Years

From the Pages of The New York Times

Book - 2013
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"Collects The New York Times' ... coverage of JKF's presidency and the events during those three turbulent years of 1961 to 1963"--Dust jacket flap.
Publisher: New York : Abrams, [2013]
ISBN: 9781419708558
1419708554
Branch Call Number: 973.922 K35 2013
Characteristics: xxiv, 376 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Alternative Title: New York Times

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Collects The New York Times' coverage of JFK's presidency and the events during those three turbulent years of 1961 to 1963.

Collects The New York Times' ... coverage of JKF's presidency and the events during those three turbulent years of 1961 to 1963.


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StarGladiator
Dec 03, 2016

Nice photographs throughout, but it was written by the fake news people, so everything must be verified - - there are some tidbits of truth but avoid the final several pages, which tries to convince the reader that the fellow who received that incredibly handsome upfront payment to write a pile of drivel, Posner, is some kind of scholar?!?!?!? Riiiiiigggghhhhtttt . . . .
Negative. Unfortunately, the epitome of the JFK assassination tell-all book has yet to be written, but the cross-referencing of all verifiable data, added to multiple-reliable sourced information and those declassified documents which allow for temporal-spatial analysis [time and place] almost irrefutably suggests that four assassins were involved: Lucien Conein [CIA, stationed in Vietnam at the time, but flown back to Dallas], Jean Rene Souetre [French Army deserter, OAS assassin, previously involved in a botched attempt on President De Gaulle's life], Mozes Maschkivitzan [CIA contract killer, Belgian criminal, munitions smuggler, previously involved in the assassination of Patrice Lumumba], and Lazlo the Hungarian [French Foreign Legion deserter, OAS weapons specialist]. The planners were Allen Dulles and his cousin, Tracy Barnes, William Harvey and McGeorge Bundy. Most likely at the orders of the Rockefeller brothers [and perhaps some other of the super-rich families].
The epitome book on the RFK assassination has been written by Robert D. Morrow, former CIA contractor, titled: The Senator Must Die [read this in conjunction with Shane O'Sullivan's excellent book and you will have full understanding]. Mr. Morrow unfortunately does swallow the CIA disinformation on the JFK assassination, linking it to the Mafia, but please don't let that dissuade you from his accurate information and investigation into the murder of Sen. Bobby Kennedy, which was outstanding! [Synopsis: Orchestrated by SAVAK, with Khaibar Khan the op planner, probably another shooter in the Ambassador Hotel crowd, at the behest of the CIA which, obviously, could not allow another Kennedy into the White House to reopen investigations into his brother's murder and the murder of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.]

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