John F. Kennedy's legacy continues to inspire nearly 50 years after he was assassinated. Just days away from the 50th anniversary, "November 22nd, 1963: Reflections on the Life, Assassination and Legacy of John F. Kennedy" tells the story of Americans whose lives were forever changed by knowing him or by his leadership. Journalist, humanitarian and author Dean Owen reached out to people from all walks of life to share their stories. He joined Margaret to talk more about this project, along with Pat Baillargeon, longtime Seattle resident and former assistant to Eleanor Roosevelt, who shared her first meeting with then-Senator Kennedy.
To learn more about Dean and November 22, 1963, visit the book's Facebook page. (Pat's story is on page 271).