An index of CTKA's essays on Gus Russo.
Jim DiEugenio writes about Gerald Posner's irresponsibility in representing the evidence concerning the JFK assassination.
Jim DiEugenio discusses how Gerald Posner became wealthy from his pro-Warren Commission articles and books.
Why Russo's work is viewed negatively by both the defenders and critics of the Warren Commission.
Jim DiEugenio exposes the bogus nature of the claim that Live by the Sword was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.
Jim DiEugenio on the origins of the Gus Russo/Peter Jennings collaboration.
Jim DiEugenio explores Gus Russo's changing positions concerning Oswald's supposed motivations for killing Kennedy.
Overview of ABC collaboration with Gus Russo to keep the myth about Lee Harvey Oswald alive.
[Holland's] analysis ... is fated to be washed away under a tsunami of recent scholarship ... Rooted in documents declassified in the wake of the public's reaction to Oliver Stone's film JFK, academics and researchers have discovered that the real JFK, despite his considerable flaws, was worlds away from the hawkish clown of Holland's (and Cockburn's) imagination, writes Gary Aguilar.
Jim DiEugenio looks closely at the record of one of the earliest critics, Edward Epstein, and questions whether he was ever a critic at all. Epstein's later work showed him to be little more than a wonk for the establishment. So how good was his first book, Inquest? DiEugenio answers that and other questions about Epstein, and talks about Epstein's work with the CIA and notably, James Angleton.