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The Kennedy Assassination -- Fifty Years Later

I was recently a guest on Ken Samples' podcast "Straight Thinking" (of Reasons to Believe) and we talked about lessons to be learned from the Kennedy assassination fifty years later.  We think Oswald did it, acting alone, and the way in which people embrace conspiracy theories apart from evidence and critical thinking tells us a great deal about American culture--then and now. 

Here's the first part:  Click Here

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And let's not forget about Aldous Huxley and C. S. Lewis...
November 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRichard Zuelch

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