A Book Talk by Max Holland,
Author of The Kennedy Assassination Tapes
3:30 pm, Wednesday, September 29, 2004
The Chapel, University of Georgia
Author and journalist Max Holland discussed research and findings from his recently published book, The Kennedy Assassination Tapes. This major documentary history gives a full chronicle of the presidential conversations of Lyndon Johnson regarding the Kennedy assassination and its aftermath. A leading scholar of the assassination, Holland transcribes and places in context the telephone calls President Johnson made and received as he sought to stabilize the country after November 22, 1963.
Generous support for this program was provided in part by the University of Georgia Alumni Association and the University of Georgia Libraries.
Please visit the Russell Library to view an exhibit focusing on Senator Richard B. Russell's participation in the Warren Commission.
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