John F. Kennedy Assassination: Oswald Or Conspiracy?

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John F. Kennedy Assassination: Oswald or Conspiracy?
“A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on” (“John F. Kennedy”). John F. Kennedy had a positive outlook on life and promised so much to the nation. He wanted to make a positive impact on the people and on America. He was not able to follow through with all of his plans because he was assassinated. Many people believe that his life was taken by Lee Harvey Oswald, the lone assassin. Others believe that he was killed based on another conspiracy. Even though many people believe that John F. Kennedy’s assassination was due to a conspiracy of some sort, it can be proven that Lee Harvey Oswald was in fact the man who killed JFK and he was acting alone.
President John F. Kennedy was the thirty fifth President of the United States. Kennedy was the youngest man to be elected into office and was also the youngest President to be killed. He wanted the US to be the first nation dedicated to the revolution of human rights (“John F.”). Kennedy was born into a very wealthy family, so he had always had the luxury
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There are conspiracies that the government killed Kennedy because they didn’t support his ideas in office. Some people did question his views and since he was the youngest President, some questioned if he was truly ready for the job. Others believe that Kennedy was killed by a mob/group. There were groups that didn’t support him (“Who Killed JFK”). People believe it would be another conspiracy because they don’t believe that Lee Harvey Oswald could have shot all three shots that killed President Kennedy. Three shots to happen in only a few seconds would lead people to believe there is more than one suspect. This is called the “Magic Bullet Theory” (“Who Killed JFK”). Even though some people believe that the assassination of Kennedy was due to a conspiracy of some sort, there is no factual evidence that proves

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