By John Delane Williams PhD
Proposing that established conceptions of Oswald are false and offering an alternate characterization
Incorporating the work of Ernst Titovets, this book explores the life of Lee Harvey Oswald, painting him as a real person—not as the straw man concocted to match the image of a lone assassin in search of greatness or infamy. Among other facets of his life and personality, the text explores Lee Harvey Oswald's relationships with Jack Ruby, David Ferrie, and Judyth Baker.
John Delane Williams earned a Ph.D in Statistics and a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology. He is an Emeritus Professor at the University of North Dakota and also was a psychologist with North Star Psychological Services in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. He and his wife now live in southwest Washington.
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) PUBLICATION DATE: NOVEMBER 2019
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