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On November 22nd 1963 America lost its innocence It also perhaps lost its trust trust in the American Government In a gallop pole in 1960 89 of the American population trusted the government Since then it has dropped to less than to That means that since the early 1960s over 70 of the population lost its trust in the Federal Government While there may be different reasons why many people lost their trust the most major one was probably the assassination and investigation of the assassination of John F Kennedy In 1963 and 1964 the US government told the American public about what happened that fateful day in Dallas Texas They said that one crazy man Lee Harvey Oswald acting alone killed the President of the United States This is not the truth The man that was going to make peace with Russia and put an early end to the Vietnam war was not killed by one man JFK was killed in one of the biggest conspiracies in this countries and perhaps the worlds history The assassination of John F Kennedy shocked the whole country at the time It was the shattering of Camelot But to understand what happened in Dallas on November 22 1963 we must first look at Kennedys background Where he came from what he did in his private life and political life John Kennedy in spite of what the public may have thought was no saint and his actions may be what angered enough people in his own country and government to commit one of the highest crimes in the country the assassination of the commander and chief John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born in 1917 to Joseph P Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Joseph Kennedy or Papa Joe as he was called was famous is his own right After doing work for the US government assisting such people as Chamberlain he became heavily involved in illegal liquor smuggling
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