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Just curious as to whether anyone had any thoughts, positive or negative, on the current batch of reprinted JFK assassination books from the Mary Ferrell Foundation press. The books are ACCESSORIES AFTER THE FACT by Sylvia Meagher, Peter Dale Scott's DEEP POLITICS 2, several by Harold Weisberg and some government reports (HSCA and others). What would folks recommend from here?

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http://www.maryferrell.org/wiki/index.php/MFF_Store

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Just curious as to whether anyone had any thoughts, positive or negative, on the current batch of reprinted JFK assassination books from the Mary Ferrell Foundation press.

Accessories by Meagher and Whitewash by Harold Weisberg are absolutely foundational works. Each is a must-have and a must-study.

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Just curious as to whether anyone had any thoughts, positive or negative, on the current batch of reprinted JFK assassination books from the Mary Ferrell Foundation press.

Accessories by Meagher and Whitewash by Harold Weisberg are absolutely foundational works. Each is a must-have and a must-study.

"Oswald In New Orleans"

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Just curious as to whether anyone had any thoughts, positive or negative, on the current batch of reprinted JFK assassination books from the Mary Ferrell Foundation press.

Accessories by Meagher and Whitewash by Harold Weisberg are absolutely foundational works. Each is a must-have and a must-study.

"Oswald In New Orleans"

I agree with the previous posts by Raymond Carroll, and Ewan Marshall; with a special thumbs-up re Oswald in New Orleans.....

Also see the link below the next paragraph.....

Weisberg created a 308-page appendix of documents to go with the book. While this appendix was too large to include in the printed book, it is available in full online here at the MFF. Both the new edition of the book and the MFF website include the complete index to Oswald in New Orleans, which includes references to the appendix. In the online "live index" version, each such entry is hot-linked to the referenced page.

http://www.maryferrell.org/wiki/index.php/OINO_Index

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