Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy
W. W. Norton, 2007 - 1612 pages
This extraordinary and historic book required twenty years to research and write. The oft-challenged findings of the Warren Commission'¬ ;Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, shot and killed President John F. Kennedy'¬ ;are here confirmed beyond all doubt. But Reclaiming History does much more than that. In addition to providing a powerful and unprecedented narrative of events and a biography of the assassin, it confronts and destroys every one of the conspiracy theories that have grown up since the assassination, exposing their selective use of evidence, flawed logic, and outright deceptions. So thoroughly documented, so compellingly lucid in its conclusions, Reclaiming History is, in a sense, the investigation that completes the work of the Warren Commission. In it, Vincent Bugliosi, the nation's foremost prosecutor, takes on the most important murder in American history. At 1:00 p.m. on November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was pronounced dead, the victim of a sniper attack during his motorcade through Dallas. That may be the only fact generally agreed upon in the vast literature spawned by the assassination. National polls reveal that an overwhelming majority of Americans (75%) believe that there was a high-level conspiracy behind Lee Harvey Oswald. Many even believe that Oswald was entirely innocent. In this continuously absorbing, powerful, ground-breaking book, Vincent Bugliosi shows how we have come to believe such lies about an event that changed the course of history. The brilliant prosecutor of Charles Manson and the man who forged an iron-clad case of circumstantial guilt around O. J. Simpson in his best-selling Outrage Bugliosi is perhaps the only man in America capable of writing the definitive book on the Kennedy assassination. This is an achievement that has for years seemed beyond reach. No one imagined that such a book would ever be written: a single volume that once and for all resolves, beyond any reasonable doubt, every lingering question as to what happened in Dallas and who was responsible. There have been hundreds of books about the assassination, but there has never been a book that covers the entire case, including addressing each and every conspiracy theory and the facts, or alleged facts, on which they are based. In this monumental work, the author has raised scholarship on the assassination to a new and final level, one that far surpasses all other books on the subject. It adds resonance, depth, and closure to the admirable work of the Warren Commission. Reclaiming History is a narrative compendium of fact, forensic evidence, reexamination of key witnesses, and common sense. Every detail and nuance is accounted for, every conspiracy theory revealed as a fraud on the American public. Bugliosi's irresistible logic, command of the evidence, and ability to draw startling inferences shed fresh light on this American nightmare. At last it all makes sense.
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Review: Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy [With CD]Avis d'utilisateur - Chad - Goodreads
Let's be very clear about one thing. This is simply the best, most detailed analysis of the JFK assassination ever published, and will remain that for all of time. Vincent Bugliosi is a prosecutor by ... Consulter l'avis complet
Review: Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy [With CD]Avis d'utilisateur - John - Goodreads
An Ass of You and of Me or, Buyer Beware: Initial impressions, but not really a review, of Reclaiming History One must assume that Vincent Bugliosi is honest, and that his book on the JFK ... Consulter l'avis complet
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