How JFK’s Secrets Fed a Conspiracy Culture

From a Wall Street Journal essay by Timothy Naftali headlined “How JFK’s Secrets Fed Conspiracy Culture”:

The assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, remains America’s ur-conspiracy—a source of continuing skepticism about the possibility of official truth for both the left and the right. Sixty years later, it’s time to acknowledge that a major reason for this enduring suspicion is Kennedy himself.