November 20, 2013
Fifty years ago Friday, what if President John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jackie, had continued to wave to the crowds as the black open-top limousine continued along Elm Street past the Texas School Book Depository, the grassy knoll and onto Stemmons Freeway?
“Absolutely, it’s fair to say that Kennedy’s death changed everything,” said Dr. Sean Cunningham, associate professor of history at Texas Tech University. “How, exactly, did it change? We can’t answer that with certainty.”