A Deeper Learning
I was a student when John F. Kennedy was assassinated and it shocked me [All I Needed to Know, I Learned…,” June]. The Cuban missile crisis, his books and his charisma made Kennedy different. He was a household name the world over. Yet, when he died, the vice-president took over, you say. It’s only an administrative arrangement that “anybody can be replaced in under a second.” It has nothing to do with the feeling in the heart.
P. V. Antony Pullen, Thrissur, Kerala