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People Jack & Jackie Remembering Camelot Fifty Years Later

4.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  1 Review
A pictorial you won't want to miss from the beginning when they were children, through John Kennedy's years as a WWII war hero, through the most memorable inaugural address of the 20th century, you won't want to miss this account. From the style and influence of the First Lady that wowed from Paris to Pakistan, to the race riots of the Civil Rights movement and the space ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published January 1st 2013 by Time Home Entertainment
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Ken
May 21, 2016 Ken rated it really liked it
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A wonderful pictorial of Jack & Jackie's lives, up to his assassination. The text was informative as well, and contained some of his most memorable quotes. I always get outraged when the subject turns to his murder, because he pretty much single-handedly saved the world a year before in resolving the Cuban Missile Crisis peacefully, and that's the thanks he gets? But 50 years later gives perspective, and the 60s were nuts. I learned a lot about Jackie that I didn't know before, and Kate ...more
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