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American political assassinations a bibliography of works published 1963-1970 related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Robert F. Kennedy. Compiled by the Committee to Investigate Assassinations. by Committee to Investigate Assassinations

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Published in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English


  • Kennedy, John F. -- 1917-1963 -- Assassination -- Bibliography,
  • King, Martin Luther, -- Jr., -- 1929-1968 -- Assassination -- Bibliography,
  • Kennedy, Robert F., -- 1925-1968 -- Assassination -- Bibliography,
  • Assassination -- United States -- Bibliography

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LC ClassificationsZ8462.8 C65
The Physical Object
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19045399M

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Assassinations, Threats and the American Presidency is an insightful and fascinating history of attempts, successful and otherwise, on the lives of Presidents, including details on the background on the assassins. Especially interesting is the chapter on “what if’s” — those who may have ascended to /5(37). In American Assassination, two Ph.D. Professors, James Fetzer and Don "Four Arrows" Jacobs, prove that the weather did not kill Senator Wellstone, his wife and child, on that morning in October. Nor were the two pilots incompetent, as per the later claims of the bumbling National Transportation Safety Board/5(36).   In his book Assassinations, Threats and the American Presidency: From Andrew Jackson to Barack Obama, Dr. Ronald Feinman details the facts, some little known, behind these attempts to alter history and provides fascinating what-if scenarios if those failed assassination /5. AMERICAN ASSASSINATION confirms the worst fears of a nation. Senator Paul Wellstone was murdered for political purposes and the cause of the crash was covered up. This book explains how, why, and by whom it was done. Their intent included to gain GOP control of the U.S. Senate.

Ford looks at three different concepts of politically motivated killing in this book – with the broadest being political murder (from the specifically targeted to random killings), assassination and then, specifically, tyrannicide. He explores the origins and definition of . 59 rows  Year assassinated Office held when assassinated Site of assassination Method of . 16 rows  This is a list of assassinations, sorted by location.. For the purposes of this article, an .   The author confines Political Assassinations to 25 case studies that "illustrate the evolving sensibilities of assailants, their targets, and the American people." "No other nation with a population of over fifty million people has witnessed as many political assassinations or attempts," Martinez writes.

Attempts have been made by astrologers, who always love the chance to predict the past, to divine the power of the stars in presidential assassinations, including such arcane "facts" as the birth of the United States at a.m. on July 4, , in Philadelphia. In this book, J. Michael Martinez focuses on assassinations and attempts in the American republic. Nine American presidents—Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, Harry S. Truman, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan—have been the targets of assassins.   Political Assassinations and Attempts in US History The Lasting Effects of Gun Violence Against American Political Leaders J. Michael Martinez. Pages. Decades of brainwashing have convinced Americans we should kill foreign leaders. By Donald Jeffries. In , President Gerald Ford signed Executive Order , which prohibited any member of the United States government from engaging or conspiring to engage in a political assassination .