Kennedy Assassination Theories Essay

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated after only a short time serving as President of the United States. He was born into a prominent Irish Catholic Family. His father and brother both worked in the army. Kennedy was the youngest President of the United States and he brought a new outlook to the Whitehouse.
Kennedy was born into an Irish Catholic family on May 29, 1917, in Boston. He is the second of nine siblings. One of his siblings, Jack, inherited his father’s political ambitions by joining the navy when his father was killed in War World II. Once Jack quit the navy, he worked as a newspaper writer covering the founding of the United Nations in San Francisco in 1945. Next, John was elected president and he won. According to two of Jack’s aides, “John won on his personality because he was the new kind of political figure that the people were looking for” (Dallek 4). Restraint in the face of some hostile questions like ask what your country can do for me but what you can do for our country won the appreciation of his audience. On November 22, 1963, an exciting day turned into a stressful day of worry for the people of the United States. Kennedy was in Dallas for a political meeting. After the meeting, there was a parade to enjoy the president visiting to their state. During the
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Some researchers believe, “The field is left by default to fevered imagination of authors like Peter Dale Scott, who banks on what H.L. Mencken once called ‘the virulence of the national appetite for bogus revelation’” (Holland). Despite the Los Angeles Police Department Chief of Detectives Robert Houghton’s directive claiming they were not going to have another Dallas, which they are talking about JFK’s assassination, many people suspect that more than one assassin was involved. There have been approximately 2,000 books published on the assassination of Kennedy, even though people have their
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