From Amazon reader review: "This little-known book contains the distilled thought of a group of prominent and well-respected lawyers and psychiatrists, who were convinced as early as 1963 that Kennedy was shot by the CIA (at the behest of the military-industrial complex) for his increasingly 'soft' stance toward Cuba and the USSR. The book contains facts that are both obvious and sinister, and lends credence to Schotz's assertion that almost everyone in America today 'believes' in some conspiracy to kill Kennedy, but doesn't really want to know. The book's only weakness is its occasionally overly-complex language; this is not unexpected, given the profession of its authors. No, this is NOT the ravings of another internet-conspiracy-theorist! Read it and you'll agree."
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"...very interesting" -- Pierre Salinger, former Press Secretary to President Kennedy
"History Will Not Absolve Us is written for a boundless non-market of individuals who are not afraid, but anxiously seek, to have their thinking taken off its comfortable tracks, so as to be tested on more challenging and perhaps better embedded and truer lines. Each strand of this book's analysis is woven into a developing pattern by an excellent web of reasoning that stretched my thinking to an incredible degree and stirred me to re-examine issues I thought were comfortably settled." -- Gaeton Fonzi, author of The Last Investigation
"History Will Not Absolve Us provokes in us the historical understanding necessary to see the mass crucifixion of America and the world in the shooting of John Fitzgerald Kennedy... This is a great book." -- Jim Douglass, author of The Nonviolent Coming of God
"The conclusions are inescapable. The implications go to the very root of US dysfunction... [the author] has guided us to the ocean floor of our national psyche. What kind of people are we who can live for 35 years in denial of government forces that killed a president who sought peace?" -- The Catholic Peace Voice, Winter 1998
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