Investigative reporter Patrick J. Sloyan, a former member of the White House Press Corps, revisits the last years of John F. Kennedy's presidency, his fateful involvement with Diem's assassination, the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Civil Rights Movement. Using recently released White House tape recordings and interviews with key inside players, The Politics of Deception reveals:
Kennedy's secret behind-the-scenes deals to resolve the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The overthrow and assassination of President Diem.
Kennedy's hostile interactions with and attempts to undermine Martin Luther King, Jr. Kennedy's secret and fascinating dealings with Diem, General Curtis LeMay, King and Fidel Castro. Kennedy's last year in office, and his preparation for the election that never was.
The Politics of Deception is a fresh and revealing look at an iconic president and the way he attempted to manage public opinion and forge his legacy, sure to appeal to both history buffs and those who were alive during his presidency.
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|Size: ||2.8 MB|
|Publisher: ||Thomas Dunne Books|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781250030603 (DRM-EPUB)|
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