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Letter 1011: Cooke recounts that fateful night on June 5, 1968 when U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan.
Letter 706: Cooke muses on a labor strike by an electrician's union in New York City. From there he speaks on the growth of computers, and how machines with "big brains" will fundamentally change how Americans work. 
Letter 794: Cooke mourns the life of President John F. Kennedy during the same month that he was killed by an assassin's bullet. This tragic broadcast also sees Cooke ruminate on fatalism and the horror of death among the young.