Probing the Mysteries of John F. Kennedy on the 30th Anniversary of His Assassination, Mixed Views about the Former President
Peter Grier, writer of The Christian Science Monitor, The Christian Science Monitor
JOHN F. KENNEDY has been the subject of so many investigations, reminiscences, probes, ruminations, theories, and examinations that today, 30 years after his assassination, the Library of Congress contains twice as many books about him as it does about Elvis.
There are the classics, such books as "Death of a President" by William Manchester, and Arthur Schlesinger's "A Thousand Days." There are self-published assassination volumes: "Is President John F. Kennedy Alive - and Well?," by Bernard Bane, is in its 14th printing. There are entire books on the grassy knoll, the magic bullet, and JFK's scrimshaw collection.
At the heart of this enduring fascination with …
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