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Kennedy family United States Bouvier family Massachusetts American literature Guggenheim Fellows John F. Kennedy Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Ted Sorensen Seymour Hersh Profiles in Courage Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. Seymour Hersh John F Kennedy Arthur Schlesinger
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Kennedy family United States Bouvier family Massachusetts American literature Guggenheim Fellows John F. Kennedy Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Ted Sorensen Seymour Hersh Profiles in Courage Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. Seymour Hersh John F Kennedy Arthur Schlesinger
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The Camelot School, the revisionist wave, and in following a circular approach to history, the analytical wave have thus emerged. Each School of Thought’s perspectives on the nature of JFK’s presidency reflect not only their own personal and social context but the changing nature of writing history and the availability of evidence regarding JFK and his administration. Before one can examine the historical interpretation, let alone the reasons for such interpretations, an understanding of the controversy surrounding JFK must be established. The Camelot Myth – a romanticised love story between man and nation – was created by wife Jacqueline. In an exclusive interview with a personal friend and reporter, Theodore H White, from his article in TIME magazine “For President Kennedy: An Epilogue”, Jackie quoted lines from her husband’s favourit...
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