The Kennedy Coup

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
With a new, never-published photo. The 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy sees key facts fading from memory. In a world enthralled by instant communication and immediate conclusions, the simplest solutions are embraced. Questions of “Why” the assassination happened are forgotten. This recalls that the proof of any conspiracy lies in what happens after the coup. More
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Words: 4,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311670939
About Stephen Austen

Stephen W. Austen was born in Lafayette, Louisiana. "I was born in Lafayette and raised in New Orleans. But I truly grew-up as I travelled or lived in some thirty-four states." A Human Resources Manager, he now resides with his family in Monroe, North Carolina.

My writings and interests are eclectic. My latest series, "The Paladin Papers" are fast-paced, fact-based military/techno thrillers. Based on today's events and often set in the near future, they offer thought-provoking entertainment. They will keep you thinking long after you put them down.

"I am certain you will enjoy reading these stories as much as I did writing them. . ."

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Review by: Jan Sperling on March 28, 2014 :
I noticed the date of NSDD 55 was corrected to 1982. Also a NEW PICTURE has been added. Very thought provoking. The analysis holds up, even 50 years later...
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Review by: Rhoda D'Ettore on March 12, 2014 :
I would have rated this higher except for one SMALL thing... with all this apparent historic research of Japan, Vietnam, Cuba... the author wrote that in 1990 President Ronald Reagan signed NSDD 55.... Reagan was already out of office by then.. and NSDD 55 was signed in 1982-- by Reagan, but in 1982. I know its petty... but to a fellow historian, it drove me nuts the rest of the book. All the analysis was impressive, except that. Dear author, please consider chaning the Pres to Bush, or the date to 1982 to fit Reagan. Other than that, it was good.
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