Written in the 1960s, at the height of Jackie Kennedy's popularity, this book addresses the pressures that American society placed on this strong, vibrant widow. Irving Shulman details Jackie's life leading up to and following the death of her husband, President John F. Kennedy, focusing on the despicable and intrusive behavior of the media. Shulman sees Jackie as a victim of tabloid culture and uses her case to express his contempt for the American press.
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April 28, 2000
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