November 15, 2013


Majority Think Oswald Did Not Act Alone

As the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination approaches, a new Gallup poll finds that 61% of Americans still believe others besides Lee Harvey Oswald were involved.

The Monkey Cage: "Why are Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories so popular? The distinguishing feature of a successful conspiracy theory is power, and the Kennedy assassination has that in spades. The victim was an American president and the potential villains include actors of immense reach and influence."










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