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Letter of protest to New York Times, signed by Jefferson Morley, Norman Mailer, Anthony Summers and David Talbot.

Sunday, 03 June 2007 21:27

Vincent Bugliosi, Reclaiming History

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What this case does need is some old-fashioned, historical scholarship. It's a shame and a waste of great time and effort that Bugliosi decided to contribute to the problem and not to its solution, concludes Josiah Thompson.

One thing is clear, if nothing else: there are people who will say anything to promote the lone assassin theory, writes Milicent Cranor.

With statements like Mr. Goetzman's, one doubts if Goetzman, Hanks and Paxton really read Bugliosi's 2,740 pages or any of the critical literature released prior, or subsequent, to Reclaimimg History - especially within a month's time.

The book's use also lies in demonstrating that it may not be possible for one person to fully master, or give a fair accounting of, this impossibly tangled mess of a case, writes Gary Aguilar.

Tuesday, 15 June 1999 18:18

Patricia Lambert, False Witness

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Robert Blakey has said that after his experience with the House Select Committee, it was his opinion that the JFK case was like a Rorschach test, people saw in it what they wished to see. Lambert's book is proof positive of this, write Jim DiEugenio and Bill Davy.

Michael Green takes Bugliosi to task on the evidence, arguing for a national security state cover-up through the mass media.

Wednesday, 24 September 2008 18:56

Von Pein: Still Cheerleading

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Jim DiEugenio replies to yet more criticisms of his review of Bugliosi's Reclaiming History.

Wednesday, 28 August 2013 18:44

Barry Ernst, The Girl on the Stairs

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Joseph Green and Jim DiEugenio look at Barry Ernst's account of his personal quest to find Victoria Adams, a key witness in the Texas School Book Depository on November 22, 1963.

Monday, 23 September 2013 18:29

Philip E. Muehlenbeck, Betting on the Africans

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By showing the difference between Kennedy and what came before and after him, [Muehlenbeck] helps us understand why the prime minister of Somalia later said that "the memory of Kennedy is always alive in us Africans", writes Jim DiEugenio.

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