It was Kennedy who asked Americans to ask what they could do for their country, but who also provided a plan for what the American government had to do for the country and the world — another dream we’ve lost sight of.
So on Nov. 22, 1963, we didn’t just lose our president. We lost our visionary. Our tomorrow.
For those who shared the belief in Kennedy’s destiny, his legacy will live on and Nov. 22 will forever be more than just another cold November day.
THE ISSUE The 50th anniversary of Kennedy's death OUR VIEW It's a day many will never forget.