Fifty Years After JFK’s Assassination, Have We Learned Anything?

The key to a better future may lie in the distinction between how Jews mark tragedies and how American society does so.

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It’s November 22, 1963. I am almost 11 years old, a sixth grader at the Kensington-Johnson Elementary School in Great Neck, New York. My mother picks up my friend David and me from school early. We drive home...