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Case closed?

A historian argues he's unearthed the 'truth' behind JFK's assassination, but the evidence falls short

President Kennedy (left), Texas Governor John Connally, and Jacqueline Kennedy, minutes before the president was shot. President Kennedy (left), Texas Governor John Connally, and Jacqueline Kennedy, minutes before the president was shot. (Dallas morning news/KERA-TV)
By Steve Weinberg
April 20, 2008

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The Road to Dallas: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy By David Kaiser Harvard University, 509 pp., illustrated, $35 As a professional historian with about 40 years' experience, David Kaiser is proud of his ability to locate and interpret evidence. That experience is a major reason Harvard University Press decided to enter the John F. Kennedy assassination book merry-go-round, now ... (Full article: 959 words)

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