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National Perspective

In pantheon, whither JFK?

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Columnist / November 28, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- In the decades since his assassination 43 years ago last week, John F. Kennedy's reputation has waxed and waned, but his status as one of the signature figures of his era -- America's Camelot president -- has held up. But now, as Kennedy begins a sad retreat from living memory, the man who was hailed as the symbol ... (Full article: 766 words)

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