Robert F. Kennedy on the Assassination of JFK

      John F. Kennedy at work in the Oval office in 1962. (photo: George
      Tames) Very important article
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Rolling Stone
Kennedy writes: “On November 22nd, 1963, my uncle, president John F. Kennedy, went to Dallas intending to condemn as ‘nonsense’ the right-wing notion that ‘peace is a sign of weakness.’ He meant to argue that the best way to demonstrate American strength was not by using destructive weapons and threats but by being a nation that ‘practices what it preaches about equal rights and social justice,’ …”