"The public has embraced the notion that the greatest crime of the 20th century must have been the product of an equally grandiose conspiracy.
"But none of these conspiracy theories hold up when the events of the six months before Nov. 22, 1963, are carefully studied. Oswald was no coldhearted professional assassin under orders. The real answer to the reasons he took aim are to be found in his frustrations and obsessions."
James Reston, Jr., speculates in the Los Angeles Times that Texas Governor John Connally was Lee Harvey Oswald's target in Dallas.