A Certain Arrogance
The Sacrificing of Lee Harvey Oswald and the Wartime Manipulation of Religious Groups by U.S. Intelligence
Providing the first global cultural context for the assassination of John F. Kennedy, this investigation into how United States intelligence agencies and other entities manipulated liberal religious groups and educational institutions for ideological, political, and economic gain during the Cold War exposes numerous previously misunderstood political operations. Including assassinations, these projects include those facilitated by Allen Dulles, John Foster Dulles, the U.S. State Department, the Office of Strategic Services and its successor, the CIA, and other individuals and groups. Focusing on the manipulations of key individuals in the American Unitarian Association, the Unitarian Service Committee, and the Unitarian-supported Albert Schweitzer College by covert American interests during the Cold War, this exposé asserts that an unwitting Lee Harvey Oswald—an asset and pawn of American intelligence—was the ideal scapegoat in a tragically successful conspiracy to murder President Kennedy.
George Michael Evica was a university professor who wrote extensively on the assassination of John F. Kennedy. He organized numerous conferences about Kennedy’s assassination (including the first such event), was the host of the weekly radio program Assassination Journal, and wrote several books, including And We Are All Mortal: New Evidence and Analysis in the Assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Charles Robert Drago has published numerous papers on John F. Kennedy’s assassination and has lectured and cohosted conferences on the subject. He cofounded the Lancer Independent News Exchange, the Deep Politics Forum, Ocean State College, and Ocean State Learning. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.
History, Political Science
384 pages, Trade Paper, 6 x 9
Distribution Rights: WOR
$24.95 (CAN $27.95)