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Edward Curtin, Unspeakable Memories: The Day John Kennedy Died

By Edward Curtin

What and why we remember and forget is profoundly important.

Killing a man who says “no” to the endless cycle of war is a risky business, says a priest in the novel Bread and Wine by Ignazio Silone.  For “even a corpse can go on whispering ‘No! No! No! with a persistence and obstinacy that only certain corpses are capable of.  And how can you silence a corpse.”

John Kennedy was such a man.

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