Jackie Kennedy and the anguish of gun violence

“Now a half century later, it is time for all the Jacqueline Kennedy letters to be available for historians, allowing for a more full and accurate understanding about one of the most dramatic moments in 20th century U.S. history. Efforts by the Kennedy family to keep these letters at bay only mute our comprehension of what truly happened on that tragic day in Dallas and the kind of psychological damage that gun violence can wreak on the lives of innocent survivors.”

via The anguish of Jackie Kennedy – CNN.com.

More on Jacqueline Kennedy:

Six Washington insiders who thought there was a JFK plot (June 20, 2104)

Jackie’s pink suit inspires a novel (May 7, 2014)

During the missile crisis, Jackie refused to leave JFK’s side (Feb. 27, 2014)

Tour the White House with Jackie Kennedy (Feb. 14, 2014)

One comment

  1. I think we’d have to see what Ambassador Caroline Kennedy says about this idea. But it certainly would be interesting to see what Jackie wrote about 11-22-1963.

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