As we continue our coverage of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, we try to peer into the future.
Rhode Island Public Radio’s Scott MacKay talks with historian and author James T. Patterson about what might have been had Kennedy lived for a second term.
Patterson is Professor of History emeritus at Brown University and author of several books, including "The Eve of Destruction How 1965 Transformed America."
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