Table of contents for Programmed to kill : Lee Harvey Oswald, the Soviet KGB, and the Kennedy assassination / Ion Mihai Pacepa.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Preface
Principal Figures in the Book
1	Kennedy Killed by a "Serzhant"
2	Moscow's Operation Dragon
3	First Hard Evidence of the PGU's Hand
4	Recruiting a Serzhant
5	A "Defector"
6	Recruitment in Japan
7	An Ideal Agent
8	Working for the PGU
9	A Secret Trip to Moscow
10	Soviet Citizenship Denied
11	Bogus Documents
12	Khrushchev Declares War on Kennedy
13	May Day in Moscow
14	Assassination Becomes a Tool of Foreign Policy
15	Testing the Waters
16	Prelude to Repatriation
17	Marina
18	A Foothold in Texas
19	The Commo Plan
20	Oswald's Best Friend
21	The Background of an Illegal Officer
22	Trained to Make Friends, Not Money
23	The Friend's PGU Role
24	A Shift in Plans
25	Khrushchev's Final Humiliation
26	Oswald Goes It Alone
27	The Dry Run
28	A Game of Jai Alai
29	Plans for Kennedy's Visit
30	Moscow's Cold Shoulder
31	Disappointment in Mexico City
32	The Lone Assassin
33	The Silence of the Grave
34	The Cuban Contribution
35	Nosenko's Testimony
36	A Tangled Web of Deception
37	Death of a Hit Man
38	Operation Dragon Lives On
Connecting the Dots
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Assassination.
Oswald, Lee Harvey.
Soviet Union. Komitet gosudarstvennoµi bezopasnosti.
Espionage, Soviet -- United States -- History.