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History and Political Books: Debates with Authors

Postby Hugh Manatee Wins » Wed May 27, 2009 7:38 pm

...from one of the best 1960s political assassination discussion boards, The Education forum...


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Gordon Brown by Francis Beckett (4 replies)
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Richard Milton: Best of Enemies: Britain and Germany (16 replies)
The Silent Don: The Criminal Underworld of Santo Trafficante Jr (11 replies)
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Jim Marrs: Crossfire (21 replies)
The Men on the Sixth Floor (1 reply)
Oswald's Game (7 replies)
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David Lifton: Best Evidence (2 replies)
Daniel Hopsicker: Barry and the Boys (0 replies)
Don Bohning: The Castro Obsession (49 replies)
Alfred McCoy: The Politics of Heroin (6 replies)
Joseph Trento: Prelude to Terror (5 replies)
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Angela V. John: The Life & Times of Henry W. Nevinson (1 reply)
Craig Roberts: Kill Zone A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza (0 replies)
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William Turner: Rearview Mirror (20 replies)
William Turner: The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy (2 replies)
Michael Collins Piper: Final Judgment (74 replies)
Tom Gabbay: The Berlin Conspiracy (4 replies)
William Law & Allan Eaglesham: In the Eye of History (1 reply)
Joseph Trento: Secret History of the CIA (18 replies)
William F. Pepper: An Act of State (6 replies)
G. Robert Blakey: The Plot to Kill the President (14 replies)
Josiah Thompson: Six Seconds in Dallas (27 replies)
William Reymond: JFK, le Dernier Témoin (30 replies)
Nina Burleigh: A Very Private Woman (2 replies)
Nathaniel Weyl: Encounters With Communism (35 replies)
Without Smoking Gun by Kent Heiner (0 replies)
Donald Gibson: The Kennedy Assassination Cover-Up (2 replies)
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