The assassination of John F Kennedy was a monumental moment in history with deep implications, even today. The subsequent, closely scrutinized Warren Commission investigation had many discrepancies, and produced more questions than it answered.
On October 19th at 7pm EDT, we are joined by Edward Curtin to discuss the assassination of JFK: why it happened and why it matters. Mr. Curtin teaches sociology at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. He has written on various topics and is the author of "Seeking Truth in a Country of Lies."