When the Warren Commission to investigate President Kennedy’s assassination was first appointed, there seemed reason to feel a certain confidence in its work. The announced purpose of the Commission—to get to the very bottom of the tragedy—together with at least some of its personnel, led most of us to anticipate that a full and fair investigation would be held, in which every possible clue would be followed up.
Four baffling months later it is hard to feel the same confidenc...
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