The assassination of President John F. Kennedy on 22 November 1963 - and the subsequent murder of his alleged assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald - stunned the world. On 29 November 1963 President Johnson appointed Earl Warren, chief justice of the United States, to head a commission to investigate the circumstances surrounding these tragic events. This book is a collection of extracts taken directly from the Warren Commission Report, which was submitted in September 1964. Much has been questioned since, but the fascination of this report lies as much with the findings as with the views and attitudes of the people at the time it was written.
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