The essential truth of JFK’s duplicity. Faced with the military’s desire to fight and the American people’s fear of communism, JFK chose to speak in terms of winning in Vietnam while acting to avoid a major engagement. Newman proves conclusively that JFK would not have sent combat forces to Vietnam.
Summers’ career as a journalist began in the 1960s, working for BBC Television. He covered Vietnam, the Arab / Israeli conflict, and the JFK assassination. Throughout the long journey to discover the truth about JFK and Oswald, Summers has been the essential source. This book is the summation of over 50 years of his analysis. It is the best starting point for any study of the JFK murder, whether driven by casual interest or a desire to dig deep into the details.