Observer founding editor Ronnie Dugger chronicles President Kennedy’s historic tour and tragic end in Texas.
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There’s no longer anything especially irrational about believing that shadowy actors are subverting American democracy.
In their new book, Dallas 1963, Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis examine the city’s culture in the early 1960s and the events that led up to JFK’s death on Nov. 22.
The 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination spurs a slew of books on the man, his presidency and his untimely demise in Dallas.
November 22, 1963 became one of the darkest days in American history—and in Texas—when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated during his visit to […]
Michael L. Gillette’s Lady Bird Johnson: An Oral History chronicles Mrs. Johnson’s journey from deep East Texas to the White house and beyond.