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Oswald's game

While much was written in the wake of Lee Harvey Oswald & rsquo;s assassination of President John F. Kennedy, few journalists stopped to ask who Oswald really was, and what was driving him. In Oswald & rsquo;s Game, Davison slices to the core of the man, revealing Oswald & rsquo;s most formative moments, beginning with his days as a difficult but intelligent child. She traces his erratic service in the Marine Corps, his youthful marriage, and the radical interests that prompted him to defect to the Soviet Union. A rounded and enthralling portrait emerges, illuminating Oswald & rsquo;s intense conflicts and contradictions. Writing against the grain of earlier accounts, Davison sifts through the evidence to compose an utterly persuasive narrative of Oswald & rsquo;s personal and political motivations, based not on conspiracy but on the life of a profoundly troubled man.

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  • "While much was written in the wake of Lee Harvey Oswald & rsquo;s assassination of President John F. Kennedy, few journalists stopped to ask who Oswald really was, and what was driving him. In Oswald & rsquo;s Game, Davison slices to the core of the man, revealing Oswald & rsquo;s most formative moments, beginning with his days as a difficult but intelligent child. She traces his erratic service in the Marine Corps, his youthful marriage, and the radical interests that prompted him to defect to the Soviet Union. A rounded and enthralling portrait emerges, illuminating Oswald & rsquo;s intense conflicts and contradictions. Writing against the grain of earlier accounts, Davison sifts through the evidence to compose an utterly persuasive narrative of Oswald & rsquo;s personal and political motivations, based not on conspiracy but on the life of a profoundly troubled man."@en
  • ""Lucid, objective, masterfully researched, compellingly narrated ... This book strikes a blow for sanity after two decades of America's self-torture over conspiracy theories."--Daniel Schorr."

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