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The President and the Provocateur: The Parallel Lives of JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald

History


by
Alex Cox

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 320 pages

File size: 2.5 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

The President and the Provocateur explores the parallel lives of John F. Kennedy, born into wealth and celebrity, destined for glory and a violent death, and of Lee Harvey Oswald, born into poverty and obscurity, murdered in police custody and convicted – without a lawyer or a trial – of the killing of JFK. 50 years after both men were murdered, Alex Cox provides a chronological account of their lives’ strange intersections, their shared interests, and the increasing body of evidence which suggests that Lee Harvey Oswald was working for some branch of the government – most likely the FBI or IRS – as an infiltrator of subversive groups, and agent provocateur.

The President and the Provocateur explores the parallel lives of John F. Kennedy, born into wealth and celebrity, destined for glory and a violent death, and of Lee Harvey Oswald, born into poverty and obscurity, murdered in police custody and convicted – without a lawyer or a trial – of the killing of JFK. 50 years after both men were murdered, Alex Cox provides a chronological account of their lives’ strange intersections, their shared interests, and the increasing… (more)

The President and the Provocateur explores the parallel lives of John F. Kennedy, born into wealth and celebrity, destined for glory and a violent death, and of Lee Harvey Oswald, born into poverty and obscurity, murdered in police custody and convicted – without a lawyer or a trial – of the killing of JFK. 50 years after both men were murdered, Alex Cox provides a chronological account of their lives’ strange intersections, their shared interests, and the increasing body of evidence which suggests that Lee Harvey Oswald was working for some branch of the government – most likely the FBI or IRS – as an infiltrator of subversive groups, and agent provocateur.

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