Synopsis by Sally Barber
JFK: The Day the Nation Cried -- November 22, 1963 chronicles the life and death of one of America's most influential presidents, John F. Kennedy. James Earl Jones hosts this profile of JFK's triumphs, tragedies, and contributions. His dynamic and dramatic story is recounted using never-before-seen footage and recollections from those who knew him best including dignitaries, journalists, politicians, and everyday citizens. Individuals featured in this moving documentary include members of the Kennedy family, Ralph Abernathy, Gerald Ford, Coretta Scott King, John Lewis, Thomas "Tip" O'Neill, and many others.
death, history, President, US-government