Our country's most glamorous and charismatic President — the closest thing we've ever had to royalty — lost his life at the very pinnacle of his fame and power, in the most sensational and horrific manner imaginable.
The death of President John F. Kennedy, on November 22, 1963, shocked, disturbed and changed the world in a deep and significant way, the reverberations of which are still being felt all these many years later.
As to the explanation behind JFK's assassination, there are two schools of thought concerning his death:
"JFK Remembered" by Jacques Lowe
"A Question Of Character" by Thomas C. Reeve.
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