“Any effort to explain what happened in Dallas must explain Lee Harvey Oswald, and Lee Harvey Oswald is a mystery wrapped up in an enigma, hidden behind a riddle,” says the chief counsel to the 1977 House Select Committee on Assassinations.
Oliver Stone’s “JFK” is neither entertainment nor art, but a political bid to make the filmmaker’s rather paranoid vision the established view of a traumatic national event, writes commentator John Leo.
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