Recommendations for books about JFK or Kennedy family?
Which books by which author would you recommend that best covers the JFK assassination and/or the conspiracy against the Kennedys?
I should also state that I'm not going for the Lone Gunman Story, something with evidence backing the government cover-up is much more believable.
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
Josiah Thompson — Six Seconds in Dallas
here's a list of some good,bad and ugly ... 'graphic' scenes on the home page at the bottom...
- daddeaLv 44 years ago
never. in certainty it is rather good. Too in lots of situations i've got self belief we get caught up in con vs lib or dem vs rep while rather we'd desire to constantly only concentration on who did the final activity and who does the final activity. Durring different eras we want leaders who've different values. Durring the 20s and 30s FDR made the country close to socialist yet that led us out of the deppression. interior the 70s Carter observed a similar mentality and destroyed the financial equipment. As for JFK he became a properly-liked guy, he stood as much as Russia by way of fact the between the youngest presidents ever and he prevented conflict with Cuba mutually as accepting duty for blunders. He became an astounding politican, who cares if he became liberal or conservative. thank you for specializing in accomplishments particularly than accosiations.
- 9 years ago
William Manchester's DEATH OF A PRESIDENT is probably the most reliable work on the subject. Rush to Judgment by Mark Lane is a quick read, not entirely factual, but then, on this subject, what is? Norman Mailer's OSWALD'S TALE is an excellent read as well.