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David Beito

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  1. Thank you to everyone. I was under some hard deadlines so I am now finally in earnest working on the syllabus. The suggestions have been most helpful.
  2. Some great suggestions here. Other than selections from the Warren Report, (which I will do) what are some good (short) readings on the anti-conspiracy perspective? Has anyone taught a course like this before?
  3. I am teaching an interim summer course on the Kennedy Assassination at the University of Alabama. I would very much appreciate suggestions for possible readings, assignment suggestions, course syllabi for others who have taught similar courses. I want to represent the very best in both sides of the conspiracy debate. The course will be last less than three weeks for 2 and half hours, Monday-Friday. Because the course is relatively short, I want to emphasize a lot short readings (documents, individual book chapters, articles, etc) not books
  4. I am a professor of American history at the University of Alabama. My books include T.R.M. Howard: Doctor, Entrepreneur, Civil Rights Pioneer (2018); The Voluntary City (2002); and From Mutual Aid and the Welfare State: Fraternal Societies and Social Services, 1890-1967 (2000). Last year, my article "New Deal Mass Surveillance: The 'Black Inquisition Committee, ' 1935-1936 was published in the Journal of Policy History. I am going to teach a course this summer on the assassination and would appreciate any suggestions on possible readings (pro and anti-conspiracy). I appreciate Larry Hancock's suggestion that I join this forum. I hope that I don't embarrass him!
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