In 1963, Abraham Zapruder filmed the most sickening event in American history, the assassination of President Kennedy. He later sold the film to Time for $150,000. Later Time sold the film back to the Zapruder family for $1. For many years, the Federal Government claimed that they should be the rightful owners of the film. You have been assigned as the arbitrator for this case. How would you handle the negotiations of this delicate case? Do you think that the final outcome was fair? Explain why.  Link to article regarding the dispute: http://www.nytimes.com/1998/07/06/us/federal-government-and-zapruder-family-debate-the-price-of-history.html  An interview with the Time magazine journalist, who obtained the Zapruder film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zsk4DSzQ2s  NPR interview – Zapruder’s Book Examines Her Grandfather’s Filming Of JFK Assassination – http://www.npr.org/2016/11/21/502841532/zapruder-s-book-examines-her-grandfather-s-filming-of-jfk-assassination  Link to the Zapruder film. Warning – graphic and violent content!: http://www.jfk.org/the-collections/abraham-zapruder-film/