The Assassination Archive and Research Center will hold a conference on the 50th anniversary of the report of the Warren Commission in Washington next week — and it is going to be great.
Entitled a “Half Century of Revelations,” the conference speakers (I’m one of them) will review all that has been learned since the Commission issued its notable unpersuasive report 50 years ago.
And perhaps even more significantly, the conference program will help forge a more cohesive and coherent account of the causes of JFK’s death. As Jim Lesar points out today in a piece for Op-Ed News there is a lot that we don’t know because of official secrecy. But I think the presentations of John Newman, Bob Blakey, and Dan Hardway in particular, will give us a closer understanding of the role of certain CIA officers in the tragedy of November 22.
Sign up here for one day or the whole thing. And students, check out the discount.