THE ASSASSINATION OF JOHN F. KENNEDY
This book takes a fresh look at John F. Kennedy's assassination, focusing especially on its effects on the public and its impact on late 20th Century culture. As one of the most memorable days of the American Century, the assassination serves as a moment that contributed to many changes in American life. It had a lasting effect on Baby Boomers and those who came before them. Today, even Millennials express a strong interest in the crime and its aftermath. Considered an expert on the assassination, the author has been interviewed by Good Morning America, Smithsonian.com, TASS, and ten Canadian Broadcasting Company stations, among others.
The Cuban Missile Crisis remains the world's closest brush with thermonuclear war. Many books have traced what occurred in the White House and the Kremlin during the seven days when the crisis was publicly known, but no one has explored the crisis's impact on ordinary Americans living through those tense days. This book provides fresh insight on how Americans responded to the news emanating from the White House.