Nation: In Remembrance

The tributes to John F. Kennedy's memory poured forth, ranging from official orations to folk songs, from churchly ritual to crass commercialism, from public breast beating to silent prayer. It was the anniversary of the assassination, and those who knew his quick, sensitive, critical mind could not help but speculate on how he would have commented on the observance.

The "Broody" Look. In Washington, President Johnson issued a proclamation saying: "In churches and homes everywhere, on Nov. 22 let us rededicate ourselves to the pursuit of those ideals of human dignity in which...

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