Breach of Trust
How the Warren Commission Failed the Nation and WhyBook - 2005
That recent appraisal reflects a growing consensus that the Warren Commission largely failed in its duty to our nation. Echoing that sentiment, the Gallup organization has reported that 75 percent of Americans polled do not believe the Commission's major conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin. Gerald McKnight now gives profound substance to that view in the most meticulous and devastating dissection of the Commission's work to date. The Warren Commission produced 26 volumes of hearings and exhibits, more than 17,000 pages of testimony, and a 912-page report. Surely a definitive effort. Not at all, McKnight argues. The Warren Report itself, he contends, was little more than the capstone to a deceptive and shoddily improvised exercise in public relations designed to prove that Oswald had acted alone. McKnight argues that the Commission's own documents and collected testimony ...
Publisher: Lawrence, Kan. : University Press of Kansas, c2005
Branch Call Number: 364.1524 K383M 2005
Characteristics: ix, 478 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm