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Respecftful Disagreement on Viet Nam

Reader comment on item: The JFK Assassination's Continued Importance
in response to reader comment: LBJ never believed that Oswald acted alone.

Submitted by Peter Herz (United States), Jan 9, 2014 at 19:45

Had Kennedy lived, his career, not Johnson's, would've been wrecked by the Viet Nam War. Kennedy was as much an interventionist as his Veep. Kennedy was also the one who got us into clandestine affairs in Laos as well.

What do you think of LBJ's longstanding belief that Castro had a hand in the assassination?

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