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By using modern technology and high-tech sound engineering, The Times newspaper has managed to digitally recreate the voice of JFK, and used it to finally deliver the the “Trade Mart” speech that he was on his way to give on the day of his assassination on November 22nd 1963. The result is a strangely poignant speech discussing the importance of rationality in American leadership, and the weight of responsibility that America faces when it comes to being world leaders.

JFK Unsilenced|The Times|Speech

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