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The echo from Dealey Plaza : the true story of the first African American on the White House Secret Service detail and his quest for justice after the assassination of JFK / Abraham Bolden.

Author: Bolden, Abraham, author.

Note:The author describes the discrimination and racism he faced as the first African-American Secret Service agent for President John Kennedy, and tells of the lack of responsibility to protect the president by other members of the Secret Service as well as evidence he feels was kept from the Warren Commission after the assassination.

Audience:Adult Follett School Solutions.

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