Assassinations: A Warning Five Years Later

All week, the lines of sightseers wound up the hill in Arlington National Cemetery, where the two assassinated brothers lie buried. On what would have been Robert F. Kennedy's 43rd birthday, his brother Ted brought his own and the slain Senator's family to pray and leave flowers. Two days later, on the fifth anniversary of John F. Kennedy's death in Dallas, the family returned to visit the flame-lit grave a little farther up the hill. In New York, Mrs. Aristotle Onassis took John and Caroline Kennedy to a special Mass for their father—one of many such memorial services across...

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