Jackie Kennedy’s Notes Reveal JFK’s 2nd Term Plans
A Kennedy second term, 1965 to 1969? There were minor matters to be resolved and legislative agendas to be initiated. There were new directions she intended to take and a progression of efforts he had already begun. Whether President John F. Kennedy or First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy or both of them would have done all or part of what many journalists, colleagues, staff aides, policy experts and historians presumed or insisted they would have in a second Kennedy Administration, is ultimately a futile matter of regret, hindsight, and speculation. It always proves moot because of his assassination fifty years ago
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Categories: First Ladies, Presidents, The Kennedys
Tags: Henry Cabot Lodge, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, John F Kennedy, Kennedy Assassination, Robert McNamara, Rudolph Nureyev, Vietnam War