The shooting death of President John F. Kennedy on a Friday afternoon in November 1963 was the Baby Boomers' 9/11. Schools sent kids home early. Businesses closed. Weekend plans were canceled. Millions of Americans gathered in front of their TV sets in shock and disbelief.

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