I wasn't yet born the day President Kennedy was shot. Perhaps this is why my fascination about his assassination is so strong. I cannot get enough information about who JFK was, who his family was that helped shape the person he became, who hated him, who loved him, who killed him. Of course, I learned much about JFK in school but I applaud PBS and the American Experience for delving deep into his life as a child, showing many photos and films of him growing up. The interviews and the stories told from people who knew him best are so interesting and have given me a greater insight into the state of our country on the day I was born. History is a wonderful, sometimes touching and emotional subject. I'm glad I love it so much. It makes me grow.