The Aftermath: The Turbulent Sixties

How would the sixties have differed if President Kennedy had not been assassinated? It is the purpose of this page to explore the possibilities. If you have an opinion you would like to share, please e-mail Jeanne at and let her know. Perhaps, if the response is great, I could post some of the replies on a separate page.

Today I found this wonderful site. It is called The Cosmic Baseball Association: Woodstockings and it discusses the personalities that dominated the sixties. I hope you stop by and visit this site-it is well worth it; definitely deserving a Top 5% Award.

"Turn, Turn, Turn" by the Byrds


How Many Kids
Did You Kill Today?

Familiar anti-war chant during LBJ's Presidency

1968 Democratic National Convention

The above photographs taken by Paul Sequeira

Richard Nixon

"...Tin soldiers and Nixon's coming..."

-Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young from "Ohio"

More links coming soon!


Please visit JFK and the Vietnam War

The Anti-war Movement and Other Sixties Protests

Civil Rights

All of my Civil Rights information can be found at: JFK and the Civil Rights Movement Home Page. This site goes beyond JFK's involvement in Civil Rights and contains several links of interest!

Famous Faces of the Sixties

Jane Fonda Photographed by Robert Altman 1995 copyright Robert Altman

I am currently searching for links to many of these personalities. Come Back Soon!!