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Nelson Mandela was an important man, a public man of native gravitas, certainly a patient man, and maybe a great man as our age measures greatness. It's too soon to know. We'll have to wait until we can get Mandela without the tears.
Catholic theologian, social thinker, diplomat, political speechwriter, journalist, influencer of prime ministers and popes, author of dozens of important books — Michael Novak has lived an extraordinary public life. "Writing from Left to Right" is his entertaining and wise memoir of that engagement with his age, and of his movement across the political spectrum.
President John F. Kennedy's PT boat was not sunk by a torpedo. It was cut in half by a Japanese destroyer while Kennedy and his crew slumbered ("The List: Facts about President John F. Kennedy's love of sports," Web, Nov. 19).
“JFK” “Executive Action” and “Ruby” are just a few of the movies depicting the death of the nation’s 35th president.
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy's killer was moved to a new prison in California on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Kennedy's brother, President John F. Kennedy.
John F. Kennedy's assassination was "the day the earth stood still" for the Catholic community, said one of the church's most beloved and outspoken cardinals, Timothy Dolan.
Nov. 22, 2013, marks the 50th anniversary of the deaths of three men: John F. Kennedy, C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley. They began as thoroughly modern men in a skeptical world, but each marked a different spiritual path to the grave.
In all of the many film documentaries, news stories and other media programs about the life and death of President John F. Kennedy, few if any mention one of his major legacies: cutting taxes to, in his words, "get America moving again."