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Ted Kennedy - Triumphs and Tragedies
David Lester

Here is a straightforward look, written in 1975, at one of the most controversial figure in American politics in that period, when Ted Kennedy was still hoping to become a President of United States.

The Classic Album of the Kennedy Family
Shaw Mark

Wonderful Photo album of Kennedy family!

The eloquent Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Adler Bill

Forty years ago, when the nation was coming out from under a period of mourning, Bill Adler edited "The Kennedy Wit" and in so doing helped the world remember a man and a president, not just a sorrowful event. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's death, he has edited yet another book of quotas celebrating life - this time the life of Jackie.
The accompanying DVD documentary is considered by many to be the definitive film biography of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and was produced by CBS News Production for Arts&Entertainment Network.

The Enemy Within
Kennedy Robert F.

This book is a report on the work of the Select Committee on Improper Activities in the Labour or Management Field, highlighting some of the typical problems and abuses that were discovered. It is based on the record of the investigations conducted by the Committee's professional staff, the sworn testimony taken before the Committee, and the official reports of the Committee to the United States Senate.
"Mr Kennedy exposed himself and his family to terrible danger for three years... an example of courage that calls for more imitation if we are to delay any surrender to the mob" [New York Times]

The Final Hour - The JFK Jr Tragedy
Pecker Albert

This book attempts to illustrate what the final hour of JFK Jr may have been like through recalling the exciting flying experience of a less prominent private pilot, with some 20 plus years of flying experience. This book should answer many of the questions about what happened that tragic night.

The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys
Goodwin Doris Kearns

In its drama and scope, Doris Kearns Goodwin's "The Fitzgeralds and the Kenendys" can be considered one of the richest works of biography in the 80s.From the day in 1863 when John Francis Fitzgerald was baptized, through the memorable moment ninety-eight years later when his grandson and namesake John Fitzgerald Kennedy was inaugurated as President of the United States, the author brings us every colourful inch of this unique American tapestry.

The Kennedy Case
Dallas Rita,
with Ratcliffe Jeanira


In December 1961, after realizing a lifelong dream of placing a Kennedy in the White House, Joseph P.Kennedy suffered a massive stroke which left him partially paralyzed and unable to speak.
Rita Dallas became his private nurse and stayed with him until his death eight years later in November 1969. During the time that she cared for Mr Kennedy, Mrs Dallas lived with the family and shared some of the most exciting and tragic moments of recent American history.
This book is an intimately revealing study of the real people behind the legendary family that electrified the whole nation for nearly a decade.

The Kennedy Curse
Klein Edward

In this book, renowned Kennedy biographer Edward Klein - a bestselling author and journalist personally acquainted with many members of the Kennedy family - unravels one of the great mysteries of our time and explains why the Kennedys have been subjected to such a mind-boggling chain of calamities.

The Kennedy Family Album
Corley Linda
Photographs by
Bob Davidoff

This book presents a relaxed and unstaged side of America's First Family. From Jackie surprising her husband on the tarmac of the Palm Beach airport, to Rose leading a family sing-a-long, oto a teenage JFK Jr capsizing his sailboat, here are the Kennedys during their off horus, simply relaxing and enjoying each other's company.
Before Davidof's death in 2004, writer Linda Corley recorded his memories and the stories behind his pictures, offering insight into the family's close bonds and providing a personal look into their lives when away from the public eye.

The Kennedy Imprisonment
Wills Garry

Gary Wills, both historian and journalist, exercises both crafts in turn. Sometimes gossipy, sometimes philosophical, he traces the lines of power in the Kennedy's lifes.
He looks first at the sexual dispensations and inhibitions of the family, and then at the Kennedy family's attempt to be exceptional - an exception to Irish history, to American history, to history itself.

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