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Book recommendation, please

Andrew B. Gross andrewgr at microsoft.com
Fri Dec 10 02:09:33 EST 2004

the Blairs' established is the use of Kennedy's health problems
as some kind of character barometer. That because Kennedy and his
circle were not forthright about this, it indicates a covert
tendency and a penchant for covering things up.

It would be easy to dismiss The Search for JFK as a slanted book,
and even easier to argue that the authors had an agenda. Clay
Blair was educated at Tulane and Columbia and served in the Navy
from 1943-1946. He was a military affairs writer and Pentagon
correspondent for Time-Life from 1949 to 1957. He then became an
editor for the Saturday Evening Post and worked his way up to the
corporate level of that magazine's parent company, Curtis
Publications. Almost all of his previous books dealt with some
kind of military figure or national security issue e.g. The
Atomic Submarine and Admiral Rickover, The Hydrogen Bomb,
Nautilus 90 North, Silent Victory: the U.S. Submarine War Against
Japan. In his book on Rickover, he got close cooperation from the
Atomic Energy Commission and the book was screened by the Navy
Department. In 1969 he 

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