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John F Kennedy was the bright future for the American people He brought youth to the White House for the first time in our nations history Not only did John F Kennedy bring youth but he also brought change and new ideas to improve the nation Kennedy during his first term in office improved peace talks with the Soviet Union He also was working on ideas to halt the Vietnam War His work could not be done in a single term as president Kennedy had to start campaigning for reelection and decided to make trip a to hostile Dallas to campaign The President arrived in Dallas to a crowd of happy people hoping to get a glimpse of the President As his motorcade proceeded down Elm Street Governor Connallys wife said You cant say that Dallas isnt friendly to you today John F Kennedy was assassinated Untied Press International 14 November 22 1963 would be the day Camelot would come crumbling down Our nation and the world mourned the death of our young inspiring President It has been thirty years since the assassination of John F Kennedy and people are still uncertain as to who assassinated him There have been theories that the CIA and the FBI were linked to the assassination All of these theories have been disproven by other theories The governments theory is that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President John F Kennedy Lee Harvey Oswalds past may answer some questions as to why he is considered to be the assassin of John Kennedy Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President John F Kennedy Lee Harvey Oswald was born on October 18 1939 to a lower middle class family His father died two months before he was born This left Oswald to be taken care of by his mother Marguerite Marguerite had a hard time dealing with the death of Lees Father because she
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