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Conversations with Kennedy

Author: Benjamin C Bradlee
Publisher: Newburyport : Open Road Media, 2014.
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From one of America's most distinguished journalists, the story of his time with Jack Kennedy as both reporter and friendConversations with Kennedy is legendary reporter and executive Benjamin C. Bradlee's account of his intimate dialogues with JFK-a man he counted as a confidante and friend. Beginning in 1958, when Kennedy was a US senator running for president, and continuing until 1963, the year that Kennedy  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Bradlee, Benjamin C.
Conversations with Kennedy
Newburyport : Open Road Media,c2014
Named Person: John F Kennedy; Benjamin C Bradlee; Benjamin C Bradlee; John F Kennedy
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin C Bradlee
ISBN: 9781480477513 1480477516
OCLC Number: 892801767
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (279 p.)
Contents: Cover Page; Title Page; Dedication; Contents; Introduction; Gaps in the Record; "John's Other Wife-Part One"; "Is it too late to change covers?"; "Hard-boiled ... but, or soft-boiled ... if"; "The Jackie Kennedy Show"; "Better than defeat"; "The coral reef ... building up"; "Who said Freund?"; "WASPs go in more for stealing"; "He's a cheap bastard. That's all ..."; "I just want to read you a wire"; "To Billie Sol Bradlee" or "Better not let that one out of here"; "You want to read something fantastic?"; "Everyone's going mad up there"; "Don't worry. Just call collect" "Bobby and I smile sardonically""Oh, hi. How've you been?"; Lollipops; Everybody loves everybody again; "Department stores ... 40,000"; "They are always there with their pencils out"; "When we don't have to go through you bastards"; "Some pipeline I have into the White House"; "17,000 Soviet troops in Cuba" and"27,000 U.S. troops in Turkey"; "What the hell do we need those for?"; "You can't beat brains"; "I sure was mad, but I forget why now"; "He's going to do a helluva business"; "Sometimes you have to eat it"; Kiss-and-tell journalism; "He'll carry me before I carry him" "Everyone ought to run for office""Let's sing a little song for Dad"; "Eyes Only, Secret, and Everything"; "Something about twenty-one or twenty-two"; "You are my ideal, Jacqueline"; "I can't believe we'll be that lucky"; "Congress? They're impossible"; "Not three French wines. Only one-domestic"; "Come in Yachting Clothes"; "Do you think you could get used to this kind of life?"; "If the Russians want to build Skybolt, good luck to them"; "You could carry Bombay the way you carry Boston"; Paul Bunyan rides again; "Maybe now you'll come with us to Texas" "Sure I will, Jack" "How many pairs of shoes do you have, George?""Boy, the dirt he has on those senators"; "You're about to see a president trampled to death by a horse"; Epilogue; Index; About the Author; Copyright

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From one of America's most distinguished journalists, the story of his time with Jack Kennedy as both reporter and friendConversations with Kennedy is legendary reporter and executive Benjamin C. Bradlee's account of his intimate dialogues with JFK-a man he counted as a confidante and friend. Beginning in 1958, when Kennedy was a US senator running for president, and continuing until 1963, the year that Kennedy died, Bradlee shared a close professional and personal relationship with the charismatic politician. Both men were war veterans, idealists, and up-and-coming American leaders, and they.

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