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Jun 28, 2013 · Read Fast Facts from CNN about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

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The assassination had an effect on many people, not only in the U.S., but also among the world population. Many vividly remember where they were when first learning of the news that Kennedy was assassinated. U.N. Ambassador said of the assassination, "all of us... will bear the grief of his death until the day of ours."

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Kennedy,” and therefore, Kennedy was “probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.”

Their conclusion, which contradicted the 1964 Warren Commission’s conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald alone killed President Kennedy, was based largely on an acoustical analysis of an eight-second segment of a Dallas police recording made of radio transmissions presumed to have originated from a motorcycle within the presidential motorcade.


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Kennedy's other decorations in included the , , and the . He was honorably discharged in early 1945, just a few months before surrendered. The incident was popularized when he became president, and would be the subject of several magazine articles, books, comic books, TV specials and a feature length movie, making the one of the most famous U.S. Navy ships of the war. Scale models and even figures based on the incident were still being produced in the 2000s. The coconut which was used to scrawl a rescue message given to who found him was kept on his presidential desk and is still at the John F. Kennedy library.

After World War II, John thought about being a journalist for a while before he decided to run for political office. Prior to the war, he hadn't really thought about being a politician primarily because his older brother, had been tabbed by the family as the future politician, and hopefully, the future President. Tragically, Joe was killed in World War II, making John next in line to fulfill his father's political ambitions. In 1946, Representative vacated his seat in an overwhelmingly Democratic district to become mayor of , and Kennedy ran for that seat, beating his Republican opponent by a large margin. He was a congressman for six years but had a mixed voting record, often diverging from President and the rest of the Democratic Party. In 1952, he defeated incumbent Republican for the U.S. Senate. Kennedy married on , . He underwent several spinal operations in the two following years, nearly dying (receiving the Catholic faith's four times during his life), and was often absent from the Senate. During this period, he published , highlighting eight instances in which U.S. Senators risked their careers by standing by their personal beliefs. The book was awarded the 1957 for Biography.

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Kennedy called his domestic program the "". It ambitiously promised federal funding for , for the elderly, and government intervention to halt the recession. Kennedy also promised an end to . In 1963, he proposed a which included income , but this was not passed by Congress until 1964, after his death. Few of Kennedy's major programs passed Congress during his lifetime, although, under his successor Lyndon Johnson, Congress did vote them through in 1964-65.

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nancy (7/5/2011)
what a tragedy it was,america lost a greatman.

Shimi (6/19/2011)
it was very sad that this happened to a great president

Shimi (6/19/2011)
it was very sad that this happened to a great president

Educated (6/13/2011)
Why can nobody here spell correctly?

ben (6/2/2011)
that was kinda real.

kortney (5/20/2011)
john f kinidy pics not avalible not fair

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Dale Newman (5/18/2011)
I find it unusual that if Kennedy WAS shot from the right-front (as you claim) that no bullets or fragments thereof were found to the left-rear of Kennedy's head on Elm Street.

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The White House also seemed like a more fun, youthful place, because of the Kennedys' two young children, and (who came to be known in the popular press as "John-John" though years later Jacqueline Kennedy denied that the family called him by that name).[] Outside the White House lawn, the Kennedys established a preschool, swimming pool, and tree house. Jackie did not like the children to be photographed, and during her frequent absences, Kennedy asked photographers to come and photograph the children in the Oval Office. He was quoted as saying, "Jackie's not here, so you'd better come over right away."[] The resulting photos are probably the most famous of the children, and especially John Jr., after he was photographed playing underneath the President’s desk.