No American family has captured our hearts and minds more than the Kennedys.
Beginning in 1964, soon after her husband's assassination, Jacqueline Kennedy began an unprecedented oral history project. With the historian Arthur Schlesinger, she recorded a series of conversations about her experiences and impressions as JFK's wife and confidante. The tapes were then sealed and were to be stored in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Available at last, introduced by Caroline Kennedy, they provide an astonishingly detailed and unvarnished account of the Kennedy White House.
Deluxe set includes a 400-page, illustrated hardcover book and 8 CDs.
Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations On Life With John F. Kennedy Book And Cds