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  • JFK Assassination 50 Years Later: Who Cares?

    To the Editor:

    On November 22, 1963, the United States of America was involved in what was known as “The Cold War.”  The term, first used by George Orwell in a post-World War II essay about the atomic bomb, referred to the relationship between the two emerging “superpowers,” the United States and the Soviet Union. With Hitler removed as a common enemy, former allies – then US President Harry Truman and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin – began jockeying for position as a global power.