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Antony C. Black

  • JFK: Why He Died and Why It Matters

    It is often dogmatically stated by many progressive writers that Kennedy, merely by virtue of having ascended to the highest office in the realm, was ipso facto an unrepentant imperialist. This is simplistic. No one is denying that he was, in many ways, a classic exponent of American exceptionalism. But even in the earliest days of his political career there were also, as Douglass points out, clear signs of Kennedy marching to a different drummer.

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