The day the Presidential visit was announced Abraham Zapruder, a dress manufacturer who had moved down from New York, engaged a stranger in an informal civil rights debate. The man conceded that Washington had the power to back racial equality. "God made big people," he said of Kennedy. Pointing to himself he added, "And God made little people." Then he drawled, "But Colt made the .45 to even things out."
~ "The Death of a President" by William Manchester
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