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Using the Forum to talk with writers

John Simkin

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The quality of the political debates of this forum is reflected in the quality of the people who are joining. For example, Josiah Thompson joined this morning. I am hoping to persuade him to answer questions on his books, Six Seconds in Dallas and Gumshoe.

I have been a bit disappointed with the lack of questions some of our authors have been getting. This is a great opportunity for members to have direct contact with these writers. This is very much an experimental exercise that has the potential to change the relationship between author and reader.

I suspect part of the problem is that members do not access the History Books section. If not, here is the URL you need to go to.


Don Bohning: The Castro Obsession


William Turner: Deadly Secrets


Joseph Trento, The Secret History of the CIA


Jim Marrs, Crossfire


William Reymond: JFK, Le Dernier Témoin


Dick Russell, The Man Who Knew So Much


Nina Burleigh: A Very Private Womana Burleigh: A Very Private Woman


Larry Hancock: Someone Would Have Talked


Nathaniel Weyl: Encounters With Communism


Donald Gibson: The Kennedy Assassination Cover-Up


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You can now add the following to this list of authors discussing their books:

Josiah Thompson: Six Seconds in Dallas


Matthew Smith: JFK: The Second Plot


The Strange Death of Paul Wellstone


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