Observer founding editor Ronnie Dugger chronicles President Kennedy’s historic tour and tragic end in Texas.
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Former United States District Judge Sarah T. Hughes gives a firsthand account of swearing in Lyndon B. Johnson shortly after President Kennedy’s assassination in 1963.
Dallas 1963 is devoid of conspiracy theories. It’s not a dry, brittle history text. And you won’t find any single person blamed for JFK’s assassination. […]
The 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination spurs a slew of books on the man, his presidency and his untimely demise in Dallas.
Observer Podcast Episode 28: Sen. Wendy Davis, JFK’s Legacy in Literature and Woody Guthrie’s Long-Lost Novel
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November 22, 1963 became one of the darkest days in American history—and in Texas—when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated during his visit to […]