In the run up the 50th anniversay of JFK's murder by the power elite I can highly recommend Seven Days in May about a Pentagon plot to take over the Govt. The book was so much liked by JFK that he allowed the director John Frankenheimer to use the Whitehouse to film it.
It was a warning to the American people and to the joint chiefs of staff. What is most amazing is that it couldn't be made today by Hollywood or Pallywood as I hear it is called.
They still murdered him along with their CIA buddies, the FBI and the usual array of cluster fuck suspects.