Table of contents for Breach of trust : how the Warren Commission failed the nation and why / Gerald D. McKnight.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction
1	Assembling the "Official Truth" of Dallas
2	Creating the Warren Commission
3	Oswald in Mexico-Seven Days That Shook the Government
4	The Warren Commission Behind Closed Doors
5	The Warren Commission Confronts the Evidence
6	The Warren Commission's "Smoking Guns"
7 The JFK Autopsy
8 Birth of the Single-Bullet Fabrication
9	Politics of the "Single-Bullet" Fabrication
10	FBI Blunders and Cover-Ups in the JFK Assassination
11 Senator Russell Dissents
12	 Was Oswald a Government "Agent"?
13	 JFK, Cuba, and the "Castro Problem"
Conclusion
Appendix A. FBI Damage Control Tickler
Appendix B. J. Lee Rankin Memorandum
Appendix C. A Brief Chronology and Summary of the Commission's Case against Oswald 
Notes
Selected Bibliography
A photograph section appears following page 000.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Assassination.
United States. Warren Commission.
Oswald, Lee Harvey.