Never-before-seen personal documents and correspondence preserved for fifty years from my journal and collection of original Warren Commission documents. I have used these documents and my journal as a primary source in my book about the Warren Commission.

9/11 — Never Forget, large and small

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The attacks on September 11th, 2001 form for many of us an indelible memory that separates history into two periods: before 9/11 and after. In that respect, for my generation, September 11, 2001, was similar to November 22nd, 1963, the day JFK was assassinated. We all know people who were personally affected by the attacks […]

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World War II and its Impact on JFK

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This week marks 75 years since Nazi Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, and began World War II. Approximately 60 million people would die in the war, making it the deadliest in human history. Additionally, WWII saw the redrawing of international borders, vast shifts in world power, and the emergence of the USA vs. […]

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The Sixties: The JFK Assassination – CNN.com

The Sixties: The JFK Assassination – CNN.com

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Last Thursday I participated in a lively online Q& A on CNN’s Facebook page with Alexandra Zapruder answering questions from the audience about last week’s episode of the CNN series, The Sixties. On the whole, the episode was well produced and excellent  and includes several people I know as well as many clips of their interview with yours […]

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