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garrison: The Journal of History & Deep Politics, Issue 005

ByMidnight Writer News Publications

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204 pages. In the fifth issue of "garrison.: The Journal of History & Deep Politics," Whitney Webb looks at the company that will profit most from a COVID cure. In current events, Richard Bartholomew spotlights the Deep Political Realities of the 2016 and 2020 elections, Deep Throat attorney John O'Connor examines the modern -Gate theories in comparison with Watergate, Douglas Horne assesses the departure of Chris Matthews from MSNBC, and Gary Schoener pays tribute to late researcher Jerry Policoff. Joseph Green takes a contextual look at the legacy of MLK, David Ray Griffin writes about the fall of the World Trade Center's twin towers on 9/11, Kevin Ryan discusses faulty arguments in the 9/11 debate, and Caitlin Johnstone takes her unique look at the crumbling world. In the field of JFK research, Edgar Tatro explores LBJ & the Bounty Hunter; Vincent Salandria looks at the "false mysteries;" James DiEugenio examines JFK, Sukarno, and the Battle for Indonesia; Gary Shaw looks at the Kennedy assassination through some of the most important questions and answers; Walt Brown mathematically looks at the activity of the Warren Commission; Casey Quinlan and Brian Edwards delve into the testimony of Ed Hoffman; Ron Bulman writes about Jack Ruby; and Timothy Smith looks at the truthfulness of history through the lens of Father Oscar Huber's most infamous statement. In addition, we are re-printing the late Jerry Policoff's wonderful work "How All the News About Political Assassinations in the U.S. Has Not Been Fit to Print in the New York Times."


Publication Date
Aug 9, 2020
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Midnight Writer News Publications


Interior Color
Black & White
US Letter (8.5 x 11 in / 216 x 279 mm)

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