Jesse Walker on the Kennedy Assassination in Popular Memory

Two trends in public
opinion cry out to be explained: Why are Kennedy assassination
theories still so popular, and why are they less popular than
before? The simplest answer would go something like this:
People rejected the lone-nut theory because they were persuaded
by its critics, and then they started shifting away from the
conspiracy stories when they re-evaluated the evidence.
Walker offers a more compelling explanation.

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from Hit & Run

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