Now reading “The Ghost . . .”.On page 145, Jefferson Morley states, “In Columbus, Mississippi, high school students cheered the death of the liberal president . . . ”
Sandra wants to make an important point about the South and JFK’s assassination. Read more
Listen to this fascinating telephone call in June 1964 between President Lyndon Johnson, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and former CIA director Allen Dulles.
In the call, LBJ and RFK prevail upon Dulles to serve as the president’s personal emissar
y to Mississippi after disappearance of the three civil rights workers.
Which is the most telling exchange between the two men?
(H/T Jean, Dan, and Jim)