Thurston Clarke: JFK’S Last Hundred Days

thesmithian:

…patiently walks the reader through the 100 days leading to the terrible end…in Dallas. Relying primarily…on secondary sources, Clarke does an interesting…job of what he proposes…“to view John F. Kennedy through every prism and search through all his compartments during the crucial last hundred days of his life—days that saw him finally beginning to realize his potential as a man and a president—in order to solve the most tantalizing mystery of all: not who killed him, but who he was when he was killed, and where he would have led us.”

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