JFK

Our Archives, Our Selves
A visit to see the papers of the Dallas medical examiner at JFK’s death
November 22, 2013

A professor at the University of Iowa takes his students to the library to see Jack Ruby’s brain.

We Don't Need Another JFK
Fifty years later, Kennedy's legend makes life at the White House harder for Democrats
November 20, 2013

For 50 years, Democrats have driven themselves crazy trying to live up to a legend

A Majority of Americans Believe in JFK Conspiracy Theories. Who Are They?
November 20, 2013

It says more about the beiiever than it does the conspiracy theory.

One of The Very First JFK Assassination Conspiracy Theory Investigations
The New Republic Covers The Assassination of JFK
November 20, 2013

On December 3, newspapers reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation would confirm in all essentials the version of the President’s assassination previously presented by the Dallas police and by Gordon Shanklin, FBI agent in charge in Dallas.

This Man Witnessed JFK's and Lee Harvey Oswald's Murders
The New Republic Covers The Assassination of JFK
November 19, 2013

The truth remains a mystery even to him.

A Month Before JFK's Assassination, Dallas Right Wingers Attack Adlai Stevenson
Remembering the ferment in the "City of Hate"
November 18, 2013

The extremists who made Dallas "The City of Hate"

Photos: Kennedy Hatred in 1960s Dallas Looks a Lot Like Obama Hatred Today
November 18, 2013

"Treason!" "Socialism!" America's extremists, then and now, remain awfully similar

I Was There When Castro Heard the News About JFK
The New Republic covers the assassination of JFK
November 18, 2013

The Cuban leader's reaction is not what you'd expect

LBJ, the Kennedy Assasination, and Me
Excerpt: Lyndon Johnson's biographer on the way he—and the 36th president—spent November 22, 1963
November 16, 2013

Lyndon Johnson's biographer on the way he—and the 36th president—spent November 22, 1963

JFK Was an Unapologetic Liberal

His underrated career as ideological warrior
November 11, 2013

Conservatives are trying to claim him as one of their own. He wasn't. He was an unapologetic liberal.

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