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Silver, gold and the last American hero, JFK

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by Darryl Robert Schoon 3 April 2008

hero, def. a man distinguished by exceptional courage and nobility and strength 

LIKE EVERYTHING IN OUR PAST, the late American president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, exists as a memory. Struck down by an assassin in a decade where bullets—democracy’s deadly equalizer—quieted those brave enough to champion change, such as Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was a true American hero; and heroes, while a champion to many are, by definition, a threat to some. 

In How To Survive The Crisis And Prosper In The Process, I detailed how America’s problems after 1950 mirrored England’s descent from power one century before. America’s problems did not go unnoticed by those who then led the US, Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and his successor, John F. Kennedy. The reaction of each, however, is a chilling reminder of the dangers facing those who rule.  

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