Kelly: 'Camelot' legend and politics aside, JFK holds a grip
Tom Blanton, head of the U.S. National Security Archive, left, presents William Ecker, center, the former U.S. Army pilot who took photos of the Soviet missiles, to Cuban Gen. Samuel Rodiles during a 2002 visit to the place where the missiles where stocked in San Cristobal, Cuba.
Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2013 12:00 am
Last month on vacation, I visited Cape Cod, viewed the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port from a tour boat in Nantucket Sound and quietly reflected on my now-distant coming of age.
For millions of us, that time came during the presidency of John F. Kennedy and in the tumultuous years that followed.
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