Should we now believe the Warren report? Pref. by Walter Cronkite.

By: White, Stephen, 1915-1993Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Macmillan [1968]Description: x, 309 p. illus., ports. 24 cmUniform titles: CBS news inquiry: the Warren report. Subject(s): Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Assassination | United States. Warren Commission. Report of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. KennedyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Should we now believe the Warren report?DDC classification: 364.15/24 LOC classification: E842.9 | .W46 1968Summary: A collection of material unearthed during the CBS investigation of events surrounding President Kennedy's assassination. Examines major questions raised by critics of the Warren Report and concludes that the report is supported by evidence.
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E842.9 .O82 The assassination tapes : E842.9 .S243 The Oswald affair; E842.9 .U54 1979A The final assassinations report : E842.9 .W46 1968 Should we now believe the Warren report? E842.9 .W47 Jack Ruby E842.9 .W5 The day Kennedy died / E842 .A25 1965 The wisdom of JFK,

Transcripts of the 4 one-hour television broadcasts collectively called "A CBS news inquiry: the Warren report" presented on the CBS network in June 1967: p. 209-303.

A collection of material unearthed during the CBS investigation of events surrounding President Kennedy's assassination. Examines major questions raised by critics of the Warren Report and concludes that the report is supported by evidence.

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