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used in Killing Kennedy

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  • President Kennedy was initially nervous about Jackie's restoration, fearing that she would come under the same sharp criticism as Truman.
    p. 65.6
  • From now on, when President Kennedy wants a contentious point made to his cabinet or advisers, he will rely on Bobby, who will then speak for the president and endure any subsequent criticism or argument so as not to weaken his big brother.
    p. 60.9

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