JFK’s civil rights leadership still lights a path for our fractured country

JFK’s civil rights leadership still lights a path for our fractured country The Civil Rights Act was a historic achievement with far-reaching impact, yet racial injustices remained beyond its reach. By Patricia Sullivan Dallas Morning News Nov 28, 2021 CST “No American president up to this time has dealt so forthrightly and courageously with

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Remembering John F Kennedy – First Day Covers of Sc 1246 5c JFK Memorial Commemorative

Presented by collector and AFDCS member Henry Scheuer on November 14, 2021. The John F. Kennedy memorial stamp of 1964 (Sc. 1246) was one of the most popular U.S. stamps of its era. It went on sale at nearly every post office, and many collectors had the stamp postmarked locally on the

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When the Soviets Set Off the Biggest Nuclear Bomb, J.F.K. Didn’t Flinch

Sixty years ago the Soviet Union detonated the world’s most powerful nuclear weapon, with a force 3,333 times that of the bomb used on Hiroshima.  Kennedy’s calculated nonresponse to the pushy clamor showed his “deep revulsion for nuclear weapons.  The explosive force of the Soviet device — nicknamed Tsar Bomba, or the Tsar’s bomb, and

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