[1] James Pierson, Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism (Encounter Books, 2013) 180

Nevada Remembers

[1] Murray Edelman and Rita James Simon, “Presidential Assassinations: Their Meaning and Impact on American Society”, in Ethics, Vol. 79, No. 3 (University of Chicago Press, 1969) page 199-221 (201_

2Nancy Pfaff

The Nation Mourns

1 David B. Frost, John F. Kennedy in quotations: a topical dictionary, with sources.compiled by David B. Frost (McFarland &Company Inc, 2013)

2 Ibid.

3Paul Humberto Santa Cruz, “Making JFK Matter: Popular Memory and the 35th President.” Order No. 1459953, Southern Methodist University, 2008. http://search.proquest.com/docview/304464981?accountid=452 (Accessed 4/10/14)

Collective American Memory

[1] http://www.upenn.edu/pennnews/experts/jfk-assassination

2 Anastasio, Thomas J., Ehrenberger, Kristen Ann, Watson, Patrick, Zhang, Wenyi , Individual and Collective Memory Consolidation:Analogous Processes on Different Levels (MIT Press: 1992)117

3 Conway, Martin A. “The Inventory of Experience: Memory and Identity” in Collective Memory of Political Events (Taylor and Francis, 2013) 21