Table of contents for A farewell to justice : Jim Garrison, JFK's assassination, and the case that should have changed history / Joan Mellen.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Cast of Characters
One: An Article In Esquire Magazine
Two: The Mafia, Sacred Cows, the Cupid Doll and A Spy Left Out In The Cold
Three: Clay Shaw Co-Signs A Loan
Four: Oswald and Customs
Five: The Banister Menagerie
Six: More Evidence Denied to Jim Garrison
Seven: Tiger By The Tail
Eight: A Witness Comes Forward and Intrigue at the VIP Room
Nine: An Operative In Action
Ten: A Skittish Witness
Eleven: John F. Kennedy, Jim Garrison and the CIA
Twelve: White Paper
Thirteen: Smoking Guns In A Rural Parish
Fourteen: An Unsung Hero and the Do-Not-File-File
Fifteen: A Tale of Two Kings and Some Soldiers of Fortune
Sixteen: Witnesses and Roustabouts
Seventeen: Jackals For The CIA
Eighteen: Upheaval
Nineteen: State of Louisiana v. Clay Shaw
Twenty: Just Another Day At Tulane and Broad
Twenty-one: Potomac Two-Step
Twenty-two: The Death of Jim Garrison: VALE
Twenty-three: Rabbi
Notes
Annotated and Select Bibliography
Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Assassination.
Garrison, Jim, 1921-.