JFK: 50 Years On 

It’s time to ask: “What has our country done for us?”

We are sure to be awash with remembrances of President John F. Kennedy as we mark the 50th anniversary of his assassination this month. There will be much hagiography, some of it deserved, some of it utterly blindered. But what is true…

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