Dallas, Texas, November 22, 1963. At 12:30: the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the president who had made it America’s goal to put a man on the moon. His lofty dreams and and commitment to racial desegregation had drawn crowds on the campaign trail. Although they weren’t won over by his politics, the warm welcome the president received surprised even the wife of the governor of Texas.
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