Paul R. Gregory

Paul Gregory

Paul R. Gregory is a Research Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution and a pioneer in the study of Soviet and Russian economics. A student of the fabled Harvard Russian Research Center, he received his PhD from Harvard in 1969. His textbook on the Russian economy was used to teach more than two generations of students. In addition to his scholarly work, he has been an active blogger on Russian affairs for ForbesThe Hill, and other media platforms. He lives in Bellaire, Texas.


The Oswalds - An Untold Account of Marina and Lee

The Oswalds by Paul R. Gregory

The Oswalds | An Untold Account of Marina and Lee by Paul R. Gregory recounts the friendship that the author had, sixty years ago, with Lee Harvey Oswald and his wife, Marina, prior to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.  As a scholar and skilled researcher, Gregory debunks the vast array of assassination conspiracy theories by demonstrating that Lee Harvey Oswald did it and did it alone—that the Oswald he once called a friend had the motive, the intelligence, and the means to commit one of the most shocking crimes in American history.