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How JFK's assassination changed American politics

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Almost every American of a certain age remembers where he was when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963. The nation stopped and mourned. In their grief, few Americans wondered how the tragedy would affect domestic politics, and in the short run relatively little changed. “Let us continue,” President Lyndon Johnson said when he addressed Congress after the funeral. In...

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