Bruce Herschensohn observes the immediate reaction to JFK' s assassination was to
accuse a right-wing extremist of the deed, only to be followed by a
reaction of disappointment when the liberal community learned
Oswald was a left-winger. He insists Oswald, not America, must be
accused of the murder, and any offense this might cause to
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