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The assassination of President John F Kennedy puzzles and disturbs the American public today as much as it did in 1963 Zirbel 1 Of the millions of Americans now living who can recall the events that began on November 22 1963 most remember exactly what they were doing when they heard about the shooting of the President It was that kind of moment - painful terrifying and beyond rationality Kinney 48 With its powerful energetic young president gone the country was bound together in mourning Though many different theories on his assassination exist some seem to make more sense than others and I intend to explore thoroughly what I consider to be the most likely of these Though most people remember the impact of his death on their lives many have only a vague memory of the events that transpired during the course of that weekend Presidents Kennedys trip had been under consideration for nearly one year John Connally the Governor of Texas at the time suggested the motorcade through Dallas and this was unanimously settled upon It was initially purposed that the trip be on year earlier in 1962 on Johnsons birthday August 27 Zirbel 5 After further debate it was decided that the trip through Dallas would be made on November 22 1963 On October 4 1963 Connally traveled to the White House to personally discuss more details of the trip and to confirm the plans with the President Kennedys aides wanted him to cancel the trip entirely and at this point even Kennedy showed concern but eventually agreed to go It was the same day of Connallys Washington visit the Lee Harvey Oswald returned to Dallas from Mexico disregarding warnings from friends that he had no apparent job opportunities and no prospects there Some time later Oswald began a new job at the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas Incidentally the building
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