Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot - Part 3: Chapters 18-23 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Chapters 18-23 Summary and Analysis

Part 3: Evil Wins

Chapter 18:

October 24, 1963 - Dallas, TX- Evening

Adlai Stevenson is experiencing untold hostility in Dallas. He is spit on, booed, heckled and even hit in the head with a picket sign. The situation became so bad that Stevenson walked out of the auditorium.

"John Kennedy does not like Adlai Stevenson. But the president is shaken when he hears of the vicious attacks. Now the many negative reports he has heard about Dallas are being confirmed. Trusted friends are warning him to cancel this leg of his Texas trip. As far back as October 3, Senator William Fulbright of Arkansas confided to John Kennedy that he was physically afraid of entering Dallas, calling it 'a dangerous place.' 'I wouldn't go there,' he told JFK. "Don't you go.'"

Evangelist Billy Graham also asks JFK not...

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