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Old 11-28-2011, 02:05 PM   #52
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The pretext of this book fascinated me from the start. The assassination of President Kennedy changed my life. It arguably led directly to the disastrous war in Vietnam since Kennedy was dubious about expanding US involvement beyond sending military assistance and advisors.

My problem is I only have enough money to buy one book right now so it looks like this will be it. Thanks everyone for your insights.
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