Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the death of President Kennedy. I, like all baby boomers have "owned" that day for all fifty years. We've reminisced about "where we were," talked of the rage and sorrow we felt toward Lee Harvey Oswald. The controversy rages over whether Oswald acted alone, (Warren Commission,) or in concert with others, (House Select Committee on Assassinations-1979.)
What you are about to hear is a speech given to (at this point,) an unknown audience regarding "secrecy" vs. openness in government. It's called "The Speech That Killed Kennedy." It's only about 5-minutes long, but leaves enough questions to keep us busy for another 50-years.