Reviewing JFK's Legacy
removing a crucial personality but to draw attention to an issue killing a re- nowned figure," says Alder. The common element in both cases was "systemic frustration1'-an inability to arouse public feeling in support of an ideology (one nationalist, the other pacifist). Desperation led them to employ assassination-the act of "ultimate political pressurep'- which had significant long-range results that they never anticipated.
Reviewing "Bearing The Burden: A Critical Look at