Spartacus is great, though most of my experience is with the JFK pages and
the message boards. The biographic pages have a lot of info and excerpt
nicely from many books. The downside is, there *are* gaps.
One good thing, for the most part, is they don't tell people what to think
(excluding the forums) they generally just give information. That can lead
to some bad conclusions, especially for areas that are controversial, but
that's no more likely with Spartacus than with any other resource.
If you're using the Spartacus website for JFK Assassination related
research, I recommend comparing the information on there to the info on the
John McAdams website, http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/home.htm, which is
basically a "best of" for debunking conspiracy theories. I don't agree with
all of the McAdams conclusions, but looking at that and Spartacus will
probably give you the quickest and most thorough look at the most
intelligent arguments for and against various JFK assassination conspiracy
On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 7:04 AM, douglas rankine <
I discovered this resource the other day, I have never come across it
before...I thought I might draw it to our colleagues attention to see what
you think of it...