By Edward Curtin, at: Behind the Curtain
By Thomas A. Bass, at Mekong Review
By Kevin G. Hall, at McClatchy DC Bureau
By Jefferson Morley, at Newsweek
The history of the Vietnam War is invariably delineated by historians as a continuum of escalating involvement from the administrations of Eisenhower through Nixon. This essay by Prof. Norwood challenges that notion by demonstrating how the vision of John F. Kennedy was consistently and vehemently opposed to conventional warfare there.
In this dense and expertly synthesized review, Jim DiEugenio shows how more recent evidence has caused our understanding of the Tippit murder and its relationship to the assassination to evolve.