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Shooting Kennedy: JFK and the Culture of Images

@inproceedings{Lubin2003ShootingKJ,
  title={Shooting Kennedy: JFK and the Culture of Images},
  author={David M. Lubin},
  year={2003}
}
Preface and Acknowledgments 1. Twenty-six Seconds 2. "Gentle Be the Breeze, Calm Be the Waves" 3. A Marriage like Any Other 4. Blue Sky, Red Roses 5. Hit the Road, Jack 6. Kennedy Shot 7. The Loneliest Job in the World 8. Down in the Basement 9. Salute Notes Select Bibliography Picture Credits Index 
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