A Deeper Learn­ing

Reader's Digest (India) - - React -

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

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