Live by the Sword: The Secret War Against Castro and the Death of JFK
Bancroft Press, 1998 - 617 pages
In this fascinating and masterful work of research, Gus Russo finally unmasks the hidden secrets that have surrounded the Kennedy assassination for 35 years. It is packed with never-before-seen documents and photographs, and never-before-known information -- the result of tireless research and exhaustive interviews with countless key players in the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations. The question never asked was not WHO killed JFK, but WHY he was killed. And the answer to this question is the reason for over thirty years of government cover-ups. Gus Russo attacks this very question. Guiding the reader through the labyrinth of information and intrigue, he explores the assassination in context, explaining the atmosphere of the times as well as the actions that led, inexorably, to the defining moment of this generation.
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Review: Live By The Sword: The Secret War Against Castro and the Death ofJFKAvis d'utilisateur - Tom Schulte - Goodreads
There ya have it - there were multiple conspirators at Dealey plaza that fateful day: One was Lee Harvey Oswald, the other ... was JFK. JFK was conspiring with RFK to kill Castro and Oswald was ... Consulter l'avis complet
Review: Live By The Sword: The Secret War Against Castro and the Death ofJFKAvis d'utilisateur - Donald Elton - Goodreads
Very good and very complete and very up to date history of the US war against Cuba, Bobby Kennedy's responsibility for his brother's death, and how and why JFK had to die. Consulter l'avis complet
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