Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy
The wife of President John F. Kennedy, popularly known as Jackie Kennedy, and later as “Jackie O.” The public admired her as an elegant first lady whose beauty, sense of style, and interest in the arts set her apart from other first ladies. Her stoic demeanor at the time of her husband's assassination enhanced her standing with the public. In 1968, she stunned the nation by marrying Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, who was many years her senior.
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Fred Logevall at Cornell won the Pulitzer Prize and is a diplomatic historian; he just started a book on Kennedy.
But the last national figure to wield ancient personal authority in an explicitly religious way was Robert F. Kennedy.
We tend to think not, but the rise of King, Kennedy, and Lincoln was unlikely, too.
And on Nov. 22, 1963, President Kennedy was offered an “Open Road” by the city of Fort Worth, as was its tradition.
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Julian introduced them to Mrs Home, and Kennedy kissed affectionately the hand of his future mother.
He led Kennedy up-stairs, and left him at the door; he well knew that her heart would be fluttering as much as his.
Why on earth did Kennedy see so much of these Bruces and Brogtens when he was so thoroughly unlike them?
“It is I,” said Kennedy, but the patient did not answer, and seemed restless and uneasy and complained of cold.