How ‘The Nation’ Covered John F. Kennedy’s Assassination, Fifty Years Ago | The Nation
Today marks fifty years since President John F. Kennedy was fatally shot in Dallas, November 22, 1963, as he rode in a motorcade with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Texas Governor John Connally and his wife, Nellie. On that day, and for many thereafter ...
How did Kennedy's assassination change the world?
Kennedy ... he put his faith in white southern moderate leaders. The John F. Kennedy who was assassinated in 1963 had begun to change the world. Admittedly, the failure of the Bay of Pigs invasion did not lessen the enthusiasm of either the president ...
Nearly fifty years after JFK gunned down, many asking why CIA still hasn’t released all assassination files
Kennedy,” drew on tens of thousands of documents released in the 1990s. Still, plenty was learned about Oswald after the shooting in Dallas. And, it’s now clear, he was not unknown to the U.S. government before ... President Kennedy’s assassination ...
JFK and me: pictures of the president
I met President Kennedy again the day before ... that he didn't even own a gun and I think it's ironic that he was killed in such a violent manner when he was such a peaceful person. There was just a lot of trauma in the city afterwards. For years, people ...
Fifty years ago today: Readers recall when President Lyndon Johnson, in Syracuse, spoke of Vietnam
Fifty years ago today, President Lyndon Johnson stepped off a plane at Syracuse Hancock Airport. The place was mobbed with spectators, all hoping for a glimpse of Johnson before he left for ... President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas.