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Today marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. In the wake of traumatic events like these, people often band together in response to their shared loss. But the results aren’t always rosy. After the death of JFK, many people wanted to find something or someone to blame, be it politics or conspiracies or each other.
Dallas bore the brunt of this finger-pointing, and became known as “the city of hate.” The negative effects on the city’s psyche raised Dallas’s rates for murder, suicide, and even heart attacks.
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