Table of contents for Reclaiming history : the assassination of President John F. Kennedy / Vincent Bugliosi.

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ContentsDedication 000Introduction 000Book OneFour Days in November 000The Investigations 000President Kennedy's Autopsy and the Gunshot Wounds to Kennedy and Governor Connally 000 The Most Famous Home Movie Ever, the "Magic Bullet," and the Single-Bullet Theory 000Lee Harvey Oswald 000Oswald's Ownership and Possession of the Rifle Found on the Sixth Floor 000Identification of the Weapon 000Oswald at the Sniper's Nest and "Evidence" of His Innocence 000Motive 000The Grassy Knoll 000A Conversation with Dr. Cyril Wecht 000Secret Service Agents on the Grassy Knoll 000The Zanies (and Others) Have Their Say 000Other Assassins 000Summary of Oswald's Guilt 000Book TwoIntroduction to Conspiracy 000History of the Conspiracy Movement 000Mark Lane 000Mysterious and Suspicious Deaths 000The Second Oswald 000David Lifton and Alterations of the President's Body 000Ruby and the Mob 000Organized Crime 000CIA 000FBI 000Secret Service 000KGB 000Right Wing 000LBJ 000Cuba 000The Odio Incident and Anti-Castro Cuban Exiles 000Cover-Up by Federal Agencies of Alleged Conspiracy to Murder President Kennedy 000Jim Garrison's Prosecution of Clay Shaw and Oliver Stone's Movie JFK 000Conclusion of No Conspiracy 000BookendsThe Murder Trial of Jack Ruby 000A Conversation with Marina 000Kennedy-Lincoln Coincidences 000The People and Groups Involved in the Plot to Kill Kennedy 000Epilogue 000In Memoriam 000Acknowledgments 000Bibliography 000Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

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