JFK: The Mystery and Legend

November 4, 2003Calendar Icon

TimeNovember 4, 2003
As we approach the 40th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, David Jones '83 and Gustavus Associate Professor of Political Science Chris Gilbert will present a balanced look at one of the most controversial and most significant events in our nation's history.

Tuesday, November 4, 2003, 7:30 p.m.
Minnesota Valley Country Club
6300 Auto Club Road, Bloomington, MN

Jones' style is to engage participants with the basics of the assassination and to stimulate them with background information as to why this event has been so controversial. He shows slides and video clips to elicit discussion and debate. Jones owns a large collection of JFK books and other materials, has attended several JFK conferences and seminars, and has presented this seminar more than 60 times. Gilbert will discuss how the country has been affected by the event and will give his views about Kennedy's presidency and how he would be perceived today had he not been assassinated.

Please register by October 31, by phone (1-800-487-8437) or e-mail alumni@gustavus.edu

Directions: From Highway 494, take Exit 7B, Normandale Boulevard. Go south on Normandale about 4.75 miles until road turns right (west) and becomes Auto Club Road. MVCC will be on right side of road about one-half mile after turn.
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