The Assassination: The Phantasmagoria

In Los Angeles, bookstores hawk posters, buttons and bumper stickers that ask WHO MURDERED KENNEDY?

In Brussels, theatergoers are packing a new play, Dallas, 22 November 1963, 12:27 p.m., in which right-wingers and Dallas police frame Lee Harvey Oswald for John Kennedy's assassination. In publications from Esquire to Commentary, college professors, journalists, novelists and would-be hawkshaws are fairly stepping on each other's lines to find new ways to challenge the Warren Commission's conclusions, investigatory technique, language, logic, legal methodology and moral intent.

The Warren Report, issued more than two years ago after...

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