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John F. Kennedy's Assassination and the Aftermath

Summary: Since Kennedy would have most certainly been reelected had he been alive in 1964, all of the troops would have been out of Vietnam and our country not involved at all. With Kennedy's death, the U.S. economy was hit by staying in the war, as well as the government's stability and the moral of the U.S. citizens. The Vietnam War issue was a huge result of Kennedy's assassination.
John F. Kennedy was a popular president not only in his time, but in present time, as well. He acted on behalf of the entire country when making decisions and tried to better the country at every possible chance. When he was assassinated in November of 1963, the entire country mourned his death. Kennedy's death not only affected the people of the country, but because of his widespread popularity and his improvements of the country, his death directly affected the politics of the country and the nation's involvement in the Vietnam War.

The 1960s were a decade of social and political turmoil for the United States. During this era the country experienced the Civil Rights Movement, the Sexual Revolution, the ongoing Cold War, the Vietnam War, and the threat of nuclear destruction. For the people of the United States, the 60s symbolized the birth of modern liberalism and the...

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