Issue 007 of “garrison.: The Journal of History & Deep Politics” is now available!
186 Pages. Print and E-Version. Issue 007 of “garrison.: The Journal of History & Deep Politics” features an exclusive cover story on Bob Woodward by the author of Haig’s Coup, Ray Locker. On the issues of Watergate and Nixon, Jim Hougan discusses the identity of Deep Throat, John Simkin links Watergate to the JFK assassination, and Edgar Tatro gives the Nixon years the poetic treatment. On the JFK assassination, we have James Manning on Oswald’s marksmanship (or lack thereof), Larry Hancock on the Bay of Pigs, and a review of Josiah Thompson’s Last Second in Dallas by Walt Brown. This year marks 20 years since 9/11 and to continue the ongoing investigation, we have David Ray Griffin writing about Building 7 and Kevin Ryan writing about the real legacy of Rudy Giuliani as it relates to 9/11. Features include Richard Booth on the missing surveillance footage of the OKC bombing, Bruce de Torres on forced education, Whitney Webb on Epstein & Gates, Doug Horne on FDR’s Pearl Harbor, Meg Sherman on Aleister Crowley as Orwell’s Big Brother, Gregg Wager on the murder of Allard Lowenstein, Kevin Corley on the KKK’s war with bootleggers in southern Illinois, Caitlin Johnstone on the bigger picture behind the Fauci emails, and more.