In a Salon essay, David Talbot writes, “The assassination of President Kennedy and its subsequent coverup was a triumph for the rapidly growing U.S. national security state. Fifty years later, that surveillance colossus increasingly treats the American people as if we’re enemies of the state. We can begin to take control of our future by finally demanding ownership of our past.” This is precisely why we created this Project. The book, JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters, tops his list of ‘must reads’ on the assassination and cover up. The essay is here: JFK Assassination: CIA and NY Times Are Still Lying to Us.