‘Camelot’ is often compared to utopia (8/8)

In comparatively recent years, the term ‘Camelot’ was referred to use to the golden days of John F. Kennedy’s presidency. Before his tragic assassination in 1966, JFK had presided over a golden age for America: a time of prosperity and great socioeconomic reforms. In a newspaper article published a week after his death, his wife remarked that, “There’ll be great presidents again… but there’ll never be a Camelot again.” From then on, Kennedy’s term was popularly referred to by his supporters as ‘Camelot’.

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