Still hazy after all these years

Lobster Issue 57 (Summer 2009) £££

[…] author(s) affect an air of inside knowledge but offer only assertion. LBJ’s role Meanwhile, on John Simkin’s excellent on-line forum there is a very good discussion of LBJ (conspicuously missing from Fare-well America) and his possible role in the assassination, chiefly by Simkin, with contributions by other members of the forum.(3) Related to which […]

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The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ by Roger Stone with Mike Colapietro

Lobster Issue 66 (Winter 2013) FREE

[PDF file]: The Man Who Killed Kennedy The Case Against LBJ Roger Stone with Mike Colapietro New York: Skyhorse, $24.95 (US), h/b I was wondering how to review this when I received a press release from Stone about it, listing what he thought were the important points in it. Let’s have a look at these. ‘By […]

The view from the bridge. Hidden Agendas. Jack Hill. Ghandi. Sinn Fein. Oswald

Lobster Issue 36 (Winter 1998/9) £££

[…] is only one significant revelation that I can see. At 10 in the morning on the 23rd – i.e. less than 24 hours after the shooting – LBJ and Hoover had this curious exchange. LBJ: Have you established any more about the visit to the Soviet embassy in Mexico in September? (emphasis added). Hoover: […]

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A conversation with Peter Dale Scott

Lobster Issue 7 (1985) £££

[…] there. RR: Given the role of Johnson as the incoming President, I was wondering what you thought of the recent news of Billy Sol Estes’ remarks that LBJ ordered the murder of Henry Marshall.(6) This, added to the picture painted in Robert Caro’s recent biography of Johnson’s early years, suggests that LBJ was certainly […]

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More JFK Assassination books

Lobster Issue 27 (1994) £££

[…] had endowed UT with five chairs in Mexican and Latin American Studies. Batholomew doesn’t prove this Rambler was the one in Dealey Plaza but he explores the LBJ, right-wing, and CIA connections on campus and in this part of Texas to great effect. Inconclusive and fascinating. Benson, Michael. Who’s Who in the JFK Assassination: […]

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Like books we should have so many witnesses?: Some recent JFK literature

Lobster Issue 26 (1993) £££

[…] fought to save JFK and Oswald. A first-hand account of what went on at the hospital. Crenshaw says bullets struck Kennedy from the front, and also that LBJ phoned the hospital on the Sunday asking for a death-bed confession from Oswald. Important testimony with an introduction by John H. Davis. A new, updated and […]

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The Assassination of John Kennedy: An Alternative Hypothesis

Lobster Issue 2 (1983) £££

[…] with such ‘speculations’ which was the initial specific motivation for the cover-up. (This aspect of the case gets ignored). At this distance, none of this seems exceptional. LBJ had had precious little foreign policy experience, and the last thing he would have wished on himself was another Cuban crisis in his first days in […]

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The JFK literature: some recent titles

Lobster Issue 30 (December 1995) £££

[…] chapter in Jim Marrs’ Crossfire (New York: Pocket Books, 1993), pp. 555-66, the fullest account preceeding the present work. But why include names like J. Edgar Hoover, LBJ, John Connally, and others who simply died of old age years later? BROWN, WALT. The J.F.K. Assassination Quiz Book: Test Your Knowledge. Santa Barbara, CA: Open […]

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Battling Wall Street: the Kennedy Presidency

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Lobster Issue 29 (1995) £££

Donald Gibson Sheridan Square Press, Inc., New York 1994 What was JFK’s economic policy? If you can give any kind of detailed answer, you are a better man than me, Gunga Din. Kennedy’s economic policy is an area of his administration which is rarely discussed in parapolitics. (Who cares about taxation policy when you’ve got […]

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