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  • Why JFK Died in Dallas

    Why JFK Died in Dallas

    By Tracy Mueller
    Published: Nov. 18, 2013

    A new book by a journalism professor documents the hysteria and fear that culminated in Kennedy’s assassination 50 years ago. Read an excerpt and see archival JFK photographs.

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      Jenny Campbell said on Dec. 1, 2013 at 11:40 p.m.
      I've always been really curious of what could have been on that fateful day. It's been really great seeing all the documentaries airing in remembrance the 50th anniversary of his death. I think people are reading way to literally into the title of your article but I understand you are simply making a point that Dallas was a futile place at the time but terrible things happen everywhere and it could have happened anywhere. Hopefully our country won't ever have to go something like that again.
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      Greg Seymour said on Nov. 25, 2013 at 5:36 p.m.
      Interesting article - I am not sure much has changed in the NUT category. I am from Dallas and while the state seems to be getting a bit more blue I think there is a similar hate in Texas for our current president.
  • Bill Minutaglio Features

    Transforming citizens into citizen journalists
    Transforming citizens into citizen journalists
    Bill Minutaglio, clinical professor in the School of Journalism, is the author of...
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    Are social media and politics hitting the mark for young voters?
    Are social media and politics hitting the mark for young voters?
    Bill Minutaglio, clinical professor in the School of Journalism, is the author of...
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    Mid-term elections: Faculty experts provide their analysis
    Mid-term elections: Faculty experts provide their analysis
    A number of critical issues will be determining factors in this year's mid-term elections:...
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