Fifty years after JFK was killed, I
still don’t get the popular fascination with him. And until someone convinces me that
it matters to our public policy today, I really don’t care who killed him or what
was behind those fatal shots in Dallas.
If you had a way to travel back in time
and change the course of history, what would you do? If you’re Jake
Epping, the mild-mannered Maine high school teacher who discovers a
portal to the past in Stephen King’s latest classic, 11/22/63,
you’d go back half a century and try to prevent the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy.