How Did John F Kennedy Impact Society
An historical event that impart society in the past and that still lives in our minds is the assassination of John F Kennedy. According to a website, on November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas. That same website says that, “bullets struck the president's neck and head and he slumped over toward Mrs. Kennedy” (John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum). This historical event had a huge impact not only in the US, but in the entire world.
John F. Kennedy change the world in many different ways. People adored him because of who he was, he was a very humble person, and he was humane. That is what the world love the …show more content…
Since John F. Kennedy’s death people started to watch the news in television instead of reading them in the newspaper. In the past 50 years, dozens of films have explored his life, his legacy, and the controversy surrounding his death. His death had an enormous impact in the movie industry because everyone wanted to make a film about his life and death. Every film was made different because everyone had their own opinion of why he got killed. There have been a lot of films/movies about John F. Kennedy that impacted society, but what really impacted society is the original video that shows his assassination. That video is very explicit and shows the moment of impact, it show when the bullet hits him. Society at that time took it very hart because their beloved president was death. People at that time had a lot of questions and wanted to know answers and why that happened. At that time the news did not provide much detail, and people believed everything they heard and read.
I today’s society Kennedy’s death it is still a mystery because we never found out or solve who really killed him. People said that the killer is Lee Harvey Oswald, but some people doubt it that Lee acted alone. Today’s society is more opened about this kind of topics because since Kennedy’s death we have been better