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Inquest: The Warren Commission and the Establishment of Truth

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Inquest is the classic study of how a government attempts to establish the truth after the assassination of a president. Edward Jay Epstein, then an undergraduate at Cornell, was the only person to interview most of the members of the Warren Commission and its staff, lawyers, and investigators. He also obtained from them their memos and the crucial FBI Report. The result wInquest is the classic study of how a government attempts to establish the truth after the assassination of a president. Edward Jay Epstein, then an undergraduate at Cornell, was the only person to interview most of the members of the Warren Commission and its staff, lawyers, and investigators. He also obtained from them their memos and the crucial FBI Report. The result was a book that demonstrated that the Warren Commission had not solved the mystery of who killed President John F. Kennedy.PRAISE FOR INQUEST"The first book to throw open the question, in the minds of thinking people, the findings of the Warren Commission." -- The New York Times"The single greatest contribution to the criticism of the Warren Report."-- The New Yorker.
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  • Inquest: The Warren Commission and the Establishment of Truth
  • Edward Jay Epstein
  • Paperback
  • 201 Pages pages
  • English
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  • 4,59