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Book Review: 'Camelot's Court: Inside the Kennedy White House' By Robert Dallek

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: abuse, congress, constitution, dishonesty, ethics, lies, media, military, crime, politics, war, usa, democrats, propaganda )

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It is tempting to say of Robert Dallek's latest book that there's nothing really new here. The basic story line in "Camelot's Court" will seem familiar to even casual readers of the vast Kennedy oeuvre, and the major themes struck by Dallek were sounded b

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Wilde Thange (10)
Sunday October 27, 2013, 12:35 pm
You don't think Cuba was under surveillance all along and that there wasn't a military buildup in Florida well in advance. Regardless of the fact that nuclear armed nuclear submarines were off our coast all along. The defensive missiles would have been no more offensive than the ones we had in Turkey aimed at the Soviet Union or in Japan aimed at China at the time. When they realized they were armed already they had to call off an attack and negotiate out of a brinksmanship that hat no basis other than an excuse for an attack to begin with. Some may really have wanted nuclear war with the Soviets and we did come close depth charging Soviet nuclear submarines.
On the 50th anniversary of assassination the misinformation will be flowing freely and copiously. And not unlike in many other Presidential assassinations as well ad Kennedy's son's airplane accident when right on the verge of announcing a run for the Senate.
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