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At one point in time Camelot was known as place where love was true and passionate and where knights fought for their king with great dedication The Camelot of that era was very storybook The name Camelot was then attached to the Kennedy legacy Was it a true Camelot or was the difference very distinct Some say that he difference was very noticeable and shocking Others say they cant see any difference Were some people blind to the dishonesty Or were they justifying the dishonesty with the accomplishments that had been made These are just a couple of questions that had been asked to a few chosen voters that remember that time well The following are some of the responses I received The first question that was asked was about what Kennedy accomplished during his term in office The stories and memories did not differ for the most part The most common accomplishment that was mentioned was the Cuban Missile Crisis The memories of the Cuban Missile Crisis were very clear As one voter said Sometimes the things you will remember the most are the scary situations in your life The Crisis although eventually was resolved was frightening due to the nuclear response The thought of nuclear fall-out was devastating Another voters response was Even though I was thinking of all the nuclear weapons I was also watching a country stand and backing the president The people were in awe of the president Americans were proud to be Americans willing to do anything for their country The next question that was asked was about all of the negative stories that were being told about the Kennedys The comments about the negative aspects of the presidency were also alike The Bay of Pigs was one of the most popular downfalls of the presidency the president was taking the advise of his predecessors He gambled and
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