BOSTON PUBLIC RADIO
3:56 pm
Thu October 3, 2013

Chris Lydon On A New Theory About JFK's Assassination

President Kennedy and Vice President Johnson in 1961, in front of the White House two years prior to the assassination of Kennedy.
Credit Abbie Rowe / Wikimedia Commons
BPR 10/3/2013

Radio Open Source host Christopher Lydon talked to Jim Braude and Margery Eagan about a sensational new book about the death of our thirty-fifth president, John F. Kennedy. Was Pres. Kennedy killed due to a sudden shift in ideology? Was the President trying to move past war-mongering to an agenda of peace? Chris Lydon investigated James Douglass's new book, JFK And The Unspeakable.

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