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used in Killing Kennedy

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disappoint by removal of false belief that something is better than it is
  • He passes the time in their small cabin writing rants about his growing disillusionment with governmental power.
    p. 87.4
  • The murders of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, coupled with the drawn-out American involvement in Vietnam, led to a national sense of disillusionment that was the diametric opposite of Camelot's hope and optimism.
    p. 299.1

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