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Five Ways the Kennedy Assassination Changed America

Posted: Thursday, March 1st, 2012

 

            Almost fifty years have passed since President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated by persons unknown on the streets of Dallas, Texas. To the vast majority of people, this event probably seems like something that happened so long ago that it really has no relevance to events that are occurring today.

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