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used in Killing Kennedy

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a person with the role of increasing communication and cooperation between two organizations; or an instance or other means of such communication
  • News of the Kennedy-Monroe liaison would be about as explosive as it gets.
    p. 83.7
  • It turns out that while the newspapers were looking the other way, the FBI had been tracking JFK's liaisons since the late 1940s, because he was seeing a woman thought to be a spy for Nazi Germany.
    p. 76.3

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