This never-before-published three-act play about the JFK assassination was originally copyrighted in 1968 by Stanley J. Marks, author of the groundbreaking "Murder Most Foul The Conspiracy That Murdered President Kennedy" (1967). A fearless author who was blacklisted by HUAC, Marks published about twenty books on politics and religion, one of which received accolades from Arnold Toynbee and Herbert Marcuse. His first book, The Bear That Walks Like a Man, a bestseller reviewed in over thirty newspapers, received praise from FDR's former ambassador to Poland. In 1973 the JFK Library contacted Marks with a request to purchase Murder Most Foul , his first nonfiction book on the JFK case. And in 1979 the House of Representatives Select Subcommittee on Assassinations cited five of Marks' titles in its report.