Today’s read is from prolific journalist Eli Amdur. Here’s a prelude:
On the afternoon of November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was scheduled to deliver a major speech at the Trade Mart in Dallas, TX. Moments earlier, as his motorcade was bringing him there, he was assassinated.
While the bulk of the speech is no longer timely – budget spending, politics, issues of the day, and so forth – his main ideas and philosophies most certainly are, especially in our current political and social environment.
So, heavily redacted, here are verbatim excerpts from the speech JFK never gave.
Read it all here.