In his article “Let’s Talk Sense About Oswald,” in the March—April 1967 issue, Henri Rabasseire suggests that much credit must be given to the Warren Report because the case for Oswald has been built on material contained in the Report—presumably, in the 26 volumes of Hearings and Exhibits. Mr. Rabasseire seems to assume that the Warren Commission, in a spirit of fairness, purposefully published evidence inimical to its own assertions and conclusions


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