The Yankee and Cowboy War
by Carl Oglesby

An enthralling exposition of conspiracies in America from FDR and the syndicate to Watergate. Olgesby makes a strong case for politically motivated conspiracies in the assassinations of JFK, RFK, MLK, Howard Hughes, Mrs. Howard Hunt, and the Bay of Pigs and Watergate. He puts it all in the context of a clash of interests between the Northeast establishment and the new rich from Texas, California, and Nevada. He shows that McCord was a double agent for the CIA in the Watergate setup, which was the first successful Yankee counterattack.

Year Read: 1981


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