Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy (Library of Political Assassinations) (Library Binding)

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An Important Examination of the Circumstances Surrounding Eight Tragic Moments in American History This important series explores some of the most dramatic events in American history, namely the cold-blooded assassinations of four of our presidents and four other American political leaders. Each title vividly recounts the days leading up to the heinous crime, the political and social context of the time, the goals of the political figure, and the depraved mind of the assassin. The combination of intrigue and historical fact, and the candid look into the public and private response to these crimes provides fascinating reading for all young adults who are interested in history and politics. By placing these untimely deaths in an easy-to-follow and interesting historical and political context, these books are a must-have for all libraries.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780823935451
ISBN-10: 0823935450
Publisher: Rosen Young Adult
Publication Date: December 30th, 2001
Pages: 64
Language: English
Series: Library of Political Assassinations

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