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Crossfire : the plot that killed Kennedy / Jim Marrs.

Title
Crossfire : the plot that killed Kennedy / Jim Marrs.
Author
Marrs, Jim.
Publication
New York : Basic Books, [2013]

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Description
xviii, 612 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates; 24 cm
Subject
Note
  • Originally published: New York : Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1989.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Processing Action (note)
  • committed to retain
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I KILL ZONE -- Dallas -- The Stage Is Set -- Thirty-fifth President -- Dealey PLAZA -- November 22, 1963 -- Motorcade -- Crowd -- Two Suspicious Men -- Babushka Lady -- Texas School Book Depository -- Distracting Seizure -- Man in the Doorway -- Oswald Encounter -- Triple Underpass -- Smoke on the Grassy Knoll -- Third Wounded Man -- Grassy Knoll -- Zapruder Film -- Black Dog Man -- Badge Man -- Grassy Knoll Witness -- pt. II MEANS, MOTIVES, AND OPPORTUNITIES -- Lee Harvey Oswald -- Assassin or Patsy? -- Mother in History -- Oswald's Library Card -- Semper Fidelis -- Oswald Overseas -- Oswaldskovich the Marine -- Russians (Soviets and Solidarists) -- Oswald and the U-2 -- Robert E. Webster -- Another Oswald? -- Phony Defection -- Comrade Oswald -- Whirlwind Romance -- Soviet Defector's Story -- Cubans (Pro- and Anti-Castro Cubans) -- Fidel Castro -- Disaster at the Bay of Pigs -- 544 Camp Street -- Oswald and the Exiles -- Oswald's Girlfriend -- MOBSTERS (Organized Crime) -- Bootleggers and Boozers -- Lucky Goes to War -- Carlos Marcello -- Santos Trafficante and Cuba -- War on Hoffa -- Momo and His Girlfriends -- Agents (The CIA and Other Intelligence Agencies) -- Manchurian Candidates -- CIA-Mafia Death Plots -- New Orleans -- Saga of Tosh Plumlee -- Was Oswald a Spy? -- Message from Oswald -- DeMohrenschildt and the Agency -- French Connection to the Assassination -- G-Men (J. Edgar Hoover's FBI and the Secret Service) -- Top G-man -- Did Oswald Work for the FBI? -- Cuban Grand Central Station -- Secret Service -- Few Drinks at the Cellar -- Rednecks and Oilmen (Right-wing Extremists and Texas Millionaires) -- Bullet for the General -- Miami Prophet -- Nixon and the JFK Assassination -- Killing on Wall Street -- Kennedy and Oilmen -- Oswald's Friends -- All the Way with LBJ -- Soldiers (The Military) -- Military-Industrial Complex -- Kennedy and Vietnam -- Man Who Was to Kill Oswald -- Lone Gunmen on the Grassy Knoll -- pt. III AFTERMATH -- Dallas -- Mysterious Secret Service Men -- Black Car Chase -- Account of Roger Craig -- Three Tramps -- Mafia Man in Dealey Plaza -- Shooting of J. D. Tippit -- Arrest of Oswald -- FBI Takes Control -- Two Hospitals -- Jack Ruby at Parkland -- Switching of Bodies -- Jack Ruby -- Jack Ruby -- Gangster -- Jack Ruby -- Gunrunner and FBI Informant -- Woman Who Foresaw the Assassination -- Did Ruby and Oswald Know Each Other? -- Shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald -- Jack Ruby's Warnings -- Sudden Death of Jack Ruby -- Evidence -- Incriminating Palm Print -- Questionable Backyard Photos -- Reenactment Problems -- Warren Commission -- Reluctant Chairman -- Oswald and the FBI -- Conflicts in the Testimony -- Single-Bullet Theory -- Garrison Investigation -- Clay Shaw and Permindex -- House Select Committee on Assassinations -- Blakey at the Helm -- Dallas Police Radio Recording -- Oliver Stone Film JFK -- Preemptive Attacks -- Assassinations Records Review Board -- Douglas Horne's Discoveries -- Zapruder Film: Fundamental or Fraud? -- Hollywood Takes a Look -- Question of Oswald -- Impostor -- Was Oswald Really Oswald? -- Oswald Exhumation -- Convenient Deaths -- Early Deaths -- Strange Deaths Continue -- pt. IV CONCLUSIONS -- Assassination Coverage -- Likely Scenario.
ISBN
  • 9780465031801 (pbk.)
  • 0465031803 (pbk.)
  • 9780465050871 (e-book) (canceled/invalid)
LCCN
^^2013030290
Owning Institutions
Harvard Library