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Sites that Publish JFK Articles?
  • heinrichheinrich
    Posts: 208
    A couple of years back I wrote an article on Michael Hudson's "Super Imperialism" [sic] and how it related to the JFK coup d'etat. I first shopped it to Jim DiEugenio for the CTKA website. Unsurprisingly, he didn't reply when I wrote with a draft asking whether it'd be a fit with the CTKA site.

    There it stood till a few months ago. I still think it's a good article, and the main premise ought to be discussed more in the 'research community'. So I got the idea of revising it and expanding it before the 50th. But since it needs a home, I reached out to Jim Fetzer at Veterans Today. No reply from that quarter either.

    So the question: anybody know of any sites online that will accept research pieces related to the JFK assassination?
  • LordBaltoLordBalto
    Posts: 219
    Perhaps you should consider creating your own site. I learned a long time ago that it's very difficult to get any out of the ordinary material published on line, let alone in print. The only success I had in the latter realm involved a bit of minor deception on my part. The site doesn't have to be anything fancy and you can get by with $150 a year in expenses, unless you get an incredible number of hits. My major fields are fairly obscure so I'm not positive how much traffic a JFK site would get. This is what I managed to do without breaking the bank. Most of my traffic is generated by Google and a few sites that link to mine either consistently or sporadically.
  • bern494bern494
    Posts: 24
    Hi Heinrich
    As editor of the UK Dealey Plaza site  I would be delighted to publish your work on our site as a PDF file

    Look forward to hear from you,

  • heinrichheinrich
    Posts: 208

    Thanks for your kind note. I intend to set aside some time over the next few months to revise and expand the piece -- specifically, to better connect the JFK coup with the so-called Nixon Shock. At that time, I'll likely be in touch.