How do you think American and World history would read if Oswald had been found and killed in his sniper’s nest on the sixth floor of the Texas Schoolbook Depository and President Kennedy went on to complete his term and possibly serve a second?
I just read Stephen King’s 11/22/63 (my first King novel ever) which poses this question and the one’s below:
Would we have had a half-million military personnel in Viet Nam by 1968 resulting in 58,282 KIAs by the end of the war?
Would the Cold War have ended sooner?
Would Johnson’s social programs under The Great Society ever been enacted?
Would we have the drug problems to the extent we do now in this society?
Who would have won the presidential election in 1964? Goldwater? Wallace in 1968? What then?
Would Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy have been assassinated?
What kind of world do you think we would be living in today if this watershed moment in history had never occurred?
What kind of society do you think we would be living in if JFK had survived?