This essay Dark side of camelot has a total of 116 words and 1 pages.
dark side of camelot
The Dark Side of Camelot
Most people when they hear the name JFK they think of an american hero. Many people don’t know what real happened in the white house when JFK was there. Each chapter tells something different on what happened to JKF.
November 22 , 1963 the president was shot in Dallas,TX. Then it went to tell you what happened after the president was shot. His brother the attorney general went to the oval office and got papers that could destroy the Kennedy reputation and his own. He must go and get the papers out before anyone could see them.
His family is one they talk about a lot.
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English-language films, Camelot, JFK, John F. Kennedy
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