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The Nation Archives
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  • The Nation
    Total Archives: 119 Years, 5,668 Issues, 110,129 Articles, 163,670pp
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    1. The Nation
      , December 14, 1963, p. 414
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      ... emotions than the Kennedy assassination and the suddenness ... the result of assassination; four others — Tyler, Fillmore ... . Despite the pre-assassination activity of Governor ... Kennedy record on which Johnson must stand. As for policies. President Kennedy ...
    3. The Nation
      , December 21, 1963, p. 425
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      ... in the wake of the Kennedy assassination, that our national make- ... the three crimes — the assassination and the subsequent murders — ... after the President's assassination a great and good ... in Vietnam? Under President Kennedy, American policy in South ...
    5. The Nation
      , February 24, 1964, pp. 182-194
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      ... weeks immediately preceding the assassination of President Kennedy, the commentators of Life ... on the morning of the assassination prophesied a day when American ... that the Idller of Mr. Kennedy was incited by Life Line ...
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      184
      ... ten blocks east of the Kennedy assassination site in Dallas are the ... prescribed thirty-day period after Kennedy's death, the minuscule rayon ...
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      187
      ... of aroused Protestantism wash Kennedy out of the running. ... Febrmry 24, 1964 Since the Kennedy assassination, Hunt has become increasingly ... down. Then came the assassination. Sue Reinhert, staff writer ... , but then came the assassination and he lost the ...
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      192
      ... . . . . He has been listing the Kennedy appointees in the most revealing ...
    7. The Nation
      , May 25, 1964, pp. 523-526
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      524
      ... Right. Immediately after the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, there ... weeks immediately precedmg his assassination, one of President Kennedy's principal concerns ...
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      525
      ... that the attempts to paint Kennedy with a Red smear (attempts ... head the commission investigating the Kennedy assassination at the behest of the ... the aged, Ed Sullivan, the Kennedy-Khrushchev meeting, Eleanor Roosevelt, disarmament ...
    9. Articles 
      The Nation
      , February 17, 1964, pp. 159-161
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      ... American foreign ministers and the Kennedy team is breaking up. Mr ...
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      ... by the Bosch overthrow, the Kennedy assassination, the deterioration of the Dominican ...
    11. The Nation
      , March 16, 1964, pp. 279-282
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      281
      ... " • "THE LEFT WING VIEWS THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION" • "TOWARD BEBIKTH OP THB FOUBTH ...
    13. The Nation
      , October 5, 1964, pp. 196-197
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      ... for passing mention of the Kennedy assassination, to relate it for better ...
    15. The Nation
      , February 3, 1964, pp. 114-116
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      114
      ... anything, the murder of President Kennedy has strengthened the decision makers ... to do any post-assassination soul searching. President Kennedy was not their ...
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      115
      ... - Americanism. The blame for the assassination should not be placed upon ... following statements made on the assassination by Birch Society founder, Robert ... prepared speech, which castigated the Kennedy administration, and the chairman reflected ...
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      116
      ... ridding the city of its assassination guilt. The D.C.C ...
    17. The Nation
      , June 8, 1964, p. 571
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      571
      ... his proposal to Attorney General Kennedy and every state governor. " ... reacts to the shock of assassination with a run on ... despite the shock of the assassination, will not be easy. It ... many facets of John F. Kennedy's magnetic personality, the ...
    19. The Nation,
      December 14, 1963 Issue, 15 Articles, 24pp
      Letter from Poland by Maria Kuncewicz
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      ... 14, 1963 . . 35c JOHN R KENNEDY A MOST UNSTUFFY MAN H ...
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      ... To The Nation: President Kennedy's assassination is a tragedy—not just to ... shame and guilt for the assassination of the President is ... Senate To The Nation: Jack Kennedy will be remembered for ... said a silent prayer. President Kennedy died in action. A ...
    21. The Nation,
      December 21, 1963 Issue, 12 Articles, 24pp
      Texas: The Roots of the Agony by Reece McGee
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      424
      ... shock of the President's assassination, we Canadians have suffered ... at all of the assassination. If this had happened ... violence. The death of Kennedy is another commentary on ... 2. The trigger that killed Kennedy and produced world repercussions ...
    23. The Nation
      , October 26, 1964, pp. 266-271
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      ... well known. Shortly after President Kennedy's assassination. Judge Roy Mayhall ... Dallas the week before the assassination visiting H. L. Hunt ... think I helped kill Kennedy?" When a visitor assured ... the time of the Kennedy funeral. On that occasion, ...
    25. The Nation
      , September 14, 1964, pp. 110-112
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      ... select commission probing the assassination of John F. Kennedy win deliver ... A week after John F. Kennedy was shot dead in ... special commission to istudy the assassination and report back its ... ." The shots that killed Kennedy had ricocheted around the ...
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      111
      ... Harvey Oswald kill John F. Kennedy? Did he act alone or ... man who shot John F. Kennedy as certainly as they knew ... Oswald's part in the assassination which can never be decided ...
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      112
      ... —• root out the "truth" albout Kennedy's assassination—became in essence impossible ... Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, as the FBI ...
    27. The Nation
      , December 14, 1963, pp. 411-412
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      411
      ... speaking, in states where Kennedy was considered weaker and ... is that JFK's assassination set the political time ... Kennedy, but because they believed in the issues for which Kennedy ... and politically thoughtful as Kennedy, even while the consolation ...
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      412
      ... which Kennedy, and to some extent he, campaigned and which Kennedy ... written about Johnson when writing Kennedy in Power in September, ... much, despite his caution, Kennedy is a liberal national ... have been assigned as Kennedy's thunderer, thus taking ...
    29. Negroes Plan the Future
      The Nation
      , February 3, 1964, pp. 117-119
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      ... for the luncheon to which Kennedy was going when he ... Party, which was opposed to Kennedy, now seems able to ... conservative Democrats and because the assassination has put some fight ... the tories. Just after the assassination, a new organization, the ...
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      119
      ... out that after the assassination of President Kennedy, all the civil rights ...
    31. The Nation,
      January 6, 1964 Issue, 14 Articles, 24pp
      Mandate from History by Elizabeth Sutherland
      SNCC Takes Stock
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      ... in the death of President Kennedy. His death and Texas do ... more relevant to the assassination of President Kennedy than the right-wing ... t h a t . . . the assassination could have happened in New ...
    33. The Nation
      , January 27, 1964, pp. 86-88
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      86
      ... possible, tell us how President Kennedy was killed, who killed him ... On the day after the assassination, the Dallas Ohief of Police ... groups two months before Mr. Kennedy's death." This report, ... on the morning of the assassination — proved to be false. The ...
      p.
      87
      ... weapon used to kill Mr. Kennedy was a 6.5 millimeter ... the alleged assassin of President Kennedy employed by the FBI? We ... for several rnonths before the assassination of President lieit'- nedy, it ...
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      88
      ... is understandable. Shortly before the assassination, Oswald seemed to be expecting ... the weehend prior to President Kennedy's arrival in Dallas.] Oswald ...
    35. A Measure of the Achievement
      The Nation
      , November 2, 1964, pp. 295-298
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      295
      ... the circumstances under which President Kennedy was assassinated that is adequate ... the physical facts of the assassination. We now haveas reliable 295 ...
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      296
      ... in the months since the assassination. I do not propose to ... the wounds sustained by President Kennedy .and by Governor Connolly were ... the rifle used in the assassination. This Is demonstrated by (a ... at the time of the assassination; (b) the presence on the ...
      p.
      297
      ... truth about the President's assassination. The Dreyfus case involved a ... planning or carrying out the assassination." We may expect revisionist theories ...
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      298
      ... in the weekend of the assassination. That is not the case ... the ivounds sustained by President Kennedy and Govetnor Connally were inflicted ... the rifle used in the assassination. (5) 'the shots could have ...
    37. The Nation
      , December 28, 1963, pp. 449-450
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      449
      ... from any guilt in the assassination of the President when a ... . The man who shot John Kennedy, Senator Morton said, "was a ... coaditioi!." Brainwashing to violence and assassination is the line taken in ...
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      450
      ... the murderers of John Kennedy and Medgar Evers. "It ... indicated murder of Mr. Kennedy seems motivated only by ... was capable of murdering President Kennedy. The assassination was a wasteful, ... the guilt for President Kennedy's murder. He amplified ...
    39. Articles 
      The Nation
      , December 21, 1963, pp. 427-431
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      427
      ... . After the death of President Kennedy, that is the condition Washington ... have done had Mr. Kennedy lived? Mr. Kennedy was from Massachusetts, Mr ... in the aftermath of an assassination. The bullet that struck down ...
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      428
      ... had to be Texas. President Kennedy could, of course, have been ... sincerely, if unconsciously, associated John Kennedy with Sin (his religion may ...
      p.
      430
      ... John F. Kennedy and everything his administration represented. For Kennedy and his ... is not surprising that his assassination occurred in Dallas. For Dallas ...
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      431
      ... both live there. The Hate-Kennedy Cult of Texas headquartered there ... anywhere in America that permitted assassination to become conceivable, to be ... , if not to predetermine the assassination of the Presidentj at least ...