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Ansen, David. "A Troublemaker for Our Times." Newsweek 23 December 1991: 50.

Ansen, David. "What Does Oliver Stone Owe History?" Newsweek 23 December 1991.

The Assassination of JFK. Prod. Dennis Mueller. Videocassette. Maljack Productions, MPI Home Video, 1992.

Auchincloss, Kenneth, etal. "Twisted History." Newsweek 23 December 1991: 46.

Auster, Albert. "The Bacchae, the 'Missing Prince,' and Oliver Stone's Presidential Films." Journal of Popular Film and Television 28.1 (2000): 30-35.

Beaver, Frank Eugene. Oliver Stone: Wakeup Cinema. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1994.

Belin, David W. "The Big 'Lies' of 'JFK.'" New York Magazine 17 February 1992: 44. See Stone's reply: "Turn to Stone." [Letter to the Editor] New York Magazine 9 March 1992.

Belin, David W. Final Disclosure: The Full Truth about the Assassination of President Kennedy. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1988.

Beyond JFK: The Question of Conspiracy. Prod. Stuart Sender, Barbara Kopple, Bill Davis, Marc Levin. Videocassette. Embassy International Pictures, 1992.

Brener, Milton E. The Garrison Case: A Study in the Abuse of Power. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc. Publisher, 1969.

Briley, Ron. "Teaching JFK (1991): Potential Dynamite in the Hands of Our Youth?" Film and History 28.1-2 (1998): 9-15.

Burgoyne, Robert. "The Metahistorical Film: JFK." The Hollywood Historical Film. Malden: Blackwell Pub., 2008.

Burgoyne, Robert. "JFK, Fact, Fiction, and Supposition." History by Hollywood: The Use and Abuse of the American Past. Ed. Robert Brent Toplin. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1996. 45-78.

Burgoyne, Robert. "Modernism and the Narrative of the Nation in JFK." Film Nation: Hollywood Looks at U.S. History. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1997.

Califano, Joseph A. "A Concoction of Lies and Distortions." Wall Street Journal 28 January 1992: A15.

Canby, Vincent. "When Everything Amounts to Nothing." Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. New York Times 20 December 1991: C1.

Carnes, Mark C. "Past Imperfect: History According to the Movies." Cineaste 22.4 (Fall, 1996): 33-38.

Cockburn, Alexander. "J.F.K. and JFK." Nation 6-13 January 1992: 6-7.

Collier, Peter. "Ollie uber Alles." American Spectator April 1992: 28-31.

Crowdus, Gary. "Clarifying the Conspiracy: An Interview with Oliver Stone." Cineaste 19.1 (1992): 25-27.

Crowdus, Gary. "Getting the Facts Straight: An Interview with Zachary Sklar." Cineaste 19.1 (1992): 28-32.

Crowdus, Gary. "History, Dramatic License, and Larger Historical Truths: An Interview with Oliver Stone." Cineaste 22.4 (1997): 38-42.

Dershowitz, Alan M. "Suppression of the Facts Grants Stone a Broad Brush." Los Angeles Times 25 December 1991.

DiEugenio, Jim. "Oliver Stone vs. The Historical Establishment." Probe 7.5 (2000). http://www.ctka.net/pr700-stone.html

Dowell, Pat. "Last Year at Nuremberg: The Cinematic Strategies of JFK." Cineaste 19.1 (1992): 8-14.

Ebert, Roger. "JFK." Chicago Sun-Times 29 April 2002. http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20020429/REVIEWS08/204290301/1023

Ebert, Roger. "JFK." Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. Chicago Sun-Times 20 December 1991. http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/19911220/REVIEWS/112200304/1023

Epstein, Edward Jay. "JFK: Oliver Stone's Fictional Reality." Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. Atlantic March 1993: 89-94.

Evica, George Michael. "Deconstructing the DA: The Garrison Image in JFK." Cineaste 19.1 (1992): 17-19.

Fetzer, James H. The Great Zapruder Film Hoax. Peru: Open Court, 2003.

Final Report of the Assassination Records Review Board (1998) http://www.fas.org/sgp/advisory/arrb98/

Final Verdict: JFK's Murder Solved. Prod /Dir. Nathan G. Daniel. Videocassette. Underground Video, Inc.

Ford, Gerald, and David W. Belin. "Kennedy Assassination: How About the Truth?" Washington Post 17 December 1991: A21. See Stone's reply: "The JFK Assassination -- What About the Evidence?" [Letter to the Editor] Washington Post 24 December 1991: A13.

Fuller, Graham. "The Unstoppable Stone." Interview Jan. 1996.

Garrison, Jim. On the Trail of the Assassins. New York: Warner Books, 1988.

Georgakas, Dan. "The 'Threat' of the New Frontier: The Kennedy Image in JFK." Cineaste 19.1 (1992): 19-20.

"Get the Rest of the J.F.K. Story." [editorial] New York Times 16 January 1992: A22.

Grundmann, Roy, and Cynthia Lucia. "Gays, Women and an Abstinent Hero: The Sexual Politics of JFK." Cineaste 19.1 (1992): 20-22.

Gunzenhäuser, Randi. "'All Plots Lead toward Death': Memory, History, and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy." Amerikastudien/American Studies 43.1 (1998): 75-91.

Hayden, Tom. "Stone only Trying to Wake Us Up in JFK." Seattle Times 8 January 1992: A7.

Hellmann, John. The Kennedy Obsession: The American Myth of JFK. New York: Columbia UP, 1997.

Hennelly, Robert, and Jerry Policoff. "JFK: How the Media Assassinated the Real Story." Village Voice 31 March 1992: 33.

Herman, Edward S. "JFK." Z Magazine February 1992.

Howe, Desson. "Dallas Mystery: Who Shot JFK?" Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. Washington Post 20 December 1991: N55.

HSCA Final Assassinations Report (1979) http://www.history-matters.com/archive/contents/hsca/contents_hsca_report.htm

Image of an Assassination: A New Look at the Zapruder Film. Prod. H.D. Motyl. Videocassette. MPI Teleproductions, 1997.

JFK Script -- Dialogue Transcript http://www.script-o-rama.com/movie_scripts/j/jfk-script-transcript-oliver-stone.html

JFK, The End of Camelot. Bethesda: Discovery Channel, 1986.

JFK: The Day the Nation Cried. New York: V.I.E.W., 1989.

JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America. New York: The History Channel: A & E Home Video, 2009.

JFK: Oliver Stone's JFK. Dave Reitzes. http://www.jfk-online.com/jfkmovie.html

Jim Garrison`s (Kevin Costner) final speech http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TTo8DI4r9s&feature=related

Kagan, Norman. The Cinema of Oliver Stone. New York: Continuum Publishing Company, 1995.

Karnow, Stanley. "JFK." Past Imperfect: History According to the Movies. Ed. Mark C. Carnes. New York: Holt, 1995.

Katz, Bob. "JFK: Is History That Which Gets Broadcast the Loudest?" Chicago Tribune 20 December 1991: 13.

Keller, James R. "Oliver Stone's JFK and the 'Circulation of Social Energy' and the 'Textuality of History'." Journal of Popular Film and Television 21.2 (1993): 73-78.

Klein, Kenneth. "Facts Knit the Single-Bullet Theory." Los Angeles Times 24 December 1991.

Klinghoffer, David. "The Sum of All Fears." Washington Times 22 December 1991: D1.

Kopkind, Andrew. "The Myth; Oliver Stone's Motion Picture." Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. Nation 20 January 1992: 40.

Krauthammer, Charles. "JFK: A Lie, But Harmless." Washington Post 10 January 1992: A19.

Kurtz, Michael. "Oliver Stone, JFK, and History." Oliver Stone's USA. Ed. Robert Brent Toplin. Lawrence: UP of Kansas, 2000. 166-77.

Kwitny, Jonathan. "A Better Conspiracy Theory Than Oliver Stone's." Wall Street Journal 19 December 1991: A14.

Lambert, Patricia. False Witness: The Real Story of Jim Garrison's Investigation and Oliver Stone's Film JFK. New York: M. Evans and Company, Inc. 1998.

Lane, Mark. Rush to Judgment: A Critique of the Warren Commission's Inquiry into the Murder of President John F. Kennedy, Officer J.D. Tippit, and Lee Harvey Oswald. London: Sydney Bodley Head, 1966.

Lardner, George Jr. "The Way It Wasn't; In ‘JFK,' Stone Assassinates the Truth." Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. Washington Post 20 December 1991: D2.

Lardner, George, Jr. "On the Set: Dallas in Wonderland." Washington Post 19 May 1991: D1. See Stone's reply: "Stone's 'JFK': A Higher Truth? The Post, George Lardner and My Version of the JFK Assassination." Washington Post 2 June 1991: D3.

Laville, Helen. "What Kind of Man Are You?: Masculinity in Oliver Stone's JFK." 49th Parallel: An Interdisciplinary Journal of North American Studies 5 (Spring 2000). http://www.49thparallel.bham.ac.uk/back/issue5/laville.htm

Lewis, Anthony. "JFK." New York Times 9 January 1992: A23. See Stone's reply: "Warren Panel Findings Should Stir Outrage." [Letter to the Editor] New York Times 3 February 1992: A23.

Lipkin, Steve. "Defining Docudrama: In The Name of the Father, Schindler's List, and JFK." Why Docudrama? Fact-Fiction on Film and TV. Ed. Alan Rosenthal. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1999.

MacKenzie, John P. "Oliver Stone's Patsy: JFK Film Revives A Malicious Prosecution." New York Times 20 December 1991: A34.

Mailer, Norman. "Footfalls in the Crypt." Vanity Fair February 1992:124-30, 171.

Marrs, Jim. Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1989.

Maslin, Janet. "Oliver Stone Manipulates His Puppet." Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. New York Times 5 January 1992: H13.

McCrisken,Trevor, and Andrew Pepper. "Oliver Stone and the Decade of Trauma." American History and Contemporary Hollywood Film. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 2005. 131-59.

Medhurst, Martin J. "The Rhetorical Structure of Oliver Stone's JFK." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 10.2 (1993): 128-43.

The Men who Killed Kennedy. New York: The History Channel: A & E Home Video, 1995.

Morrow, Lance, and Martha Smilgis. "Plunging in to the Labyrinth." Time 23 December 1991.

Mosk, Richard. "The Plot to Assassinate the Warren Commission." Los Angeles Times 30 December 1991.

Moynihan, Daniel Patrick. "The Paranoid Style." Washington Post 29 December 1991: C7.

O'Harrow, Robert. "Conspiracy Theory Wins Converts." Washington Post 2 January 1992: B1.

Oliphant, Thomas. " The Politics of JFK." Boston Globe 21 December 1991: 23.

Oliver Stone, Inside Out. New York: The Cinema Guild; distributed by West Glen Films, 1992.

Oswald's Ghost. Prod/Dir. Robert Stone. Videocassette. PBS/American Experience. In association with BBC Television. Robert Stone Productions. (2007)

Phillips, William W. Review of JFK, dir. Oliver Stone. Journal of American History 79.3 (1992): 1264-66.

Posner, Gerald L. Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK. New York: Random House, 1993.

Prouty, Fletcher. Newsmaker Sunday. 19 Jan. 1992. Transcript of television show.

Raskin, Marcus. "JFK and the Culture of Violence." American Historical Review 97.2 (1992): 486-99.

Reeves, Thomas C. Review of JFK, dir. Oliver Stone. Journal of American History 79.3 (1992): 1263-64.

Reitzes, David. "The JFK 100: One Hundred Errors of Fact and Judgment in Oliver Stone's JFK." http://www.jfk-online.com/jfk100menu.html

The Report of the Warren Commission http://www.archives.gov/research/jfk/warren-commission-report/

Reynolds, Michael Lewis. "Suspicious Narrative: The Assassination of JFK and American Ways of Not-Knowing." Diss: U of Southern California, 2001.

Riordan, James. Stone: The Controversies, Excesses, and Exploits of a Radical Filmmaker. New York: Hyperion, 1995.

Rogin, Michael. "Body and Soul Murder: JFK." Media Spectacles. New York, Routledge, 1993.

Rollins, Peter C. The Columbia Companion to American History on Film: How the Movies Have Portrayed the American Past. New York: Columbia UP, 2003.

Rommel-Ruiz, W. Bryan. American History Goes to the Movies: Hollywood and the American Experience. New York: Routledge, 2011.

Rosenbaum, Ron. "Taking a Darker View." Time 13 January 1992.

Rosenstone, Robert A. "Film Maker/Historian." History on Film/Film on History. Harlow: Pearson/Longman, 2006. 111-33.

Rosenstone, Robert A. "JFK: Historical Fact / Historical Film." The Films of Oliver Stone. Ed. Don Kunz. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1997.

Salewicz, Chris. Oliver Stone: Close Up. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1998.

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. "JFK: Truth and Fiction." Wall Street Journal 10 January 1992: A8.

Sharrett, Christopher. "Conspiracy Theory and Political Murder in America: Oliver Stone's JFK and the Facts of the Matter." The New American Cinema. Ed. Jon Lewis. Durham: Duke UP, 1998.

Simon, Art. "The Making of Alert Viewers: The Mixing of Fact and Fiction in JFK." Cineaste 19.1 (1992): 14-15.

Simon, Art. Dangerous Knowledge: The JFK Assassination in Art and Film. Philadelphia: Temple UP, 1996.

Smith, Sam. "Why They Hate Oliver Stone." Progressive Review. Feb. 1992.

Staiger, Anet. "Cinematic Shots: The Narration of Violence." The Persistence of History: Cinema, Television, and the Modern Event. Ed. Vivian Sobchack. New York: Routledge, 1996.

Staples, Brent. "History by Default: The Blame Transcends Oliver Stone." New York Times 25 December 1991: 1-30.

Steel, Ronald. "Mr. Smith Goes to the Twilight Zone." Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. New Republic 3 February 1992: 30.

"Stone's Film Trashes Facts, Dishonors J.F.K." Chicago Sun-Times 29 December 1991: 39.

Stone, Oliver, and Zachary Sklar> JFK: The Book of the Film: The Documented Screenplay. New York: Applause Books, 1992.

Stone, Oliver. "A Filmmaker's Credo: Some Thoughts on Politics, History, and the Movies." The Humanist 56.5 (1996): 3-6.

Stone, Oliver. "On Nixon and JFK." Oliver Stone's USA. Ed. Robert Brent Toplin. Lawrence: UP of Kansas, 2000. 249-98.

Stone, Oliver. "The JFK Assassination -- What About the Evidence?" [Letter to the Editor] Washington Post 24 December 1991: A13. Reply to: Ford, Gerald, and David W. Belin. "Kennedy Assassination: How About the Truth?" Washington Post 17 December 1991: A21.

Stone, Oliver. "Turn to Stone." [Letter to the Editor] New York Magazine 9 March 1992. Reply to: Belin, David W. "The Big 'Lies' of 'JFK.'" New York Magazine 17 February 1992: 44.

Stone, Oliver. "Warren Panel Findings Should Stir Outrage." [Letter to the Editor] New York Times 3 February 1992: A23. Reply to: Lewis, Anthony. "JFK." New York Times 9 January 1992: A23.

Stone, Oliver. "Who Is Rewriting History?" New York Times 20 December 1991: H4. Reply to: Wicker, Tom. "Does JFK Conspire Against Reason?" New York Times 15 December 1991: H1.

Stone, Oliver. "Oliver Stone Talks Back." Premiere January 1992: 67-72.

Stone, Oliver. "Who Defines History?" Cineaste 19.1 (1992): 23-24.

Stone, Oliver. "JFK Is Not Irresponsible." Los Angeles Times 6 January 1992. Reply to Mosk.

Stone, Oliver. "Stone's 'JFK': A Higher Truth? The Post, George Lardner and My Version of the JFK Assassination." Washington Post 2 June 1991: D3. Reply to: Lardner, George, Jr. "On the Set: Dallas in Wonderland." Washington Post 19 May 1991: D1.

Stone, Oliver. "Via the Director's Viewfinder." [Letter to the Editor] New York Times 22 December 1991: H4. Reply to: Wicker, Tom. "Does JFK Conspire Against Reason?" New York Times 15 December 1991: H1.

"Stoned Out on JFK." Chicago Tribune 26 December 1991: 26.

Toplin, Robert B. Review of JFK, dir. Oliver Stone. Journal of American History 79.3 (1992): 1266-68.

Toplin, Robert Brent. "On Nixon and JFK." Oliver Stone's USA: Film, History, and Controversy. Lawrence: UP of Kansas. Publication: 2000.

Toplin, Robert Brent. Reel History: In Defense of Hollywood. Lawrence: UP of Kansas, 2002.

United States. Warren Commission. Report of the Warren Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1964.

Vogel, Amos. "JFK: The Question of Propaganda." Antioch Review 50.3 (1992): 578-85.

Von Bothmer, Bernard. "Oliver Stone's JFK: Political Assassination, Kennedy, and Vietnam." War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities 17.1-2 (2005): 242-51.

Weiner, Tim. "A Blast at Secrecy in Kennedy Killing." New York Times 29 September 1998.

Weinraub, Bernard. "Hollywood Wonders if Warner Brothers Let JFK Go Too Far." New York Times 24 December 1991: C9.

Welsh, Jim. "JFK: Why Were We in Vietnam?" Literature/Film Quarterly 20.3 (1992): 263-66.

Wicker, Tom. "Does JFK Conspire Against Reason?" New York Times 15 December 1991: H1. See Stone replies: "Via the Director's Viewfinder." [Letter to the Editor] New York Times 22 December 1991: H4. "Who Is Rewriting History?" New York Times 20 December 1991: H4.

Will, George F. "‘JFK': Paranoid History." Rev. of JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. Washington Post 26 December 1991: A23

Wood, Robin (updated by R. Barton Palmer). "Oliver Stone." Film Reference. http://www.filmreference.com/Directors-St-Ve/Stone-Oliver.html