November 22, 1963, the day that most Americans alive at the time will remember
forever. It is a day when one of the most loved Presidents of the United States of America
was shot and killed. President Kennedy was an inspirational president, a motivational speaker
and a devoted father. His assassination is one of many unanswered questions and many
peculiar events, and many Americans would like the truth. Almost everyone in the nation
does not agree with the official report on the incident and eventually the truth will come out.
The Kennedy Assassination was caused by key members of the nation's government,
including former President Johnson.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the thirty-fifth president of the United States was the
youngest man and the first Roman Catholic ever elected to the presidency. He was born in
Brooklyn, Massachusetts, on May 29, 1917, to Joseph and Rose Kennedy. Joseph Kennedy
was a successful business man (made millions) and politician (head of the Securities and
Exchange Commission and ambassador to Great Britain).
Rose Kennedy was the mother of
nine children and John was the second oldest.
John Kennedy graduated from Harvard University in 1940 and published an expansion
of his senior thesis entitled Why England Slept, a book on Britain's lack of preparedness for
World War II. Kennedy joined the Navy in 1941 and was assigned to a PT boat squadron
late in 1942. While on patrol near the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific, the boat he
commanded was sunk by the Japanese. Kennedy rescued several of his crewmen and was
awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal and for being wounded, the Purple Heart. He
was discharged in early 1945.
After John Kennedy return to Boston he successfully ran for the United States House
of Representatives in 1946 and in 1952...