Robert Kennedy and his times
Schlesinger, historian and friend of Bobby Kennedy, has had access for the first time to private papers, letters, and journals which make possible a fresh look at both personal relationships and public events. Winner of the 1979 National Book Award for Biography.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - liehtzu - LibraryThing
A not unexpectedly sycophantic account from one of the Kennedys' most enduring apologists; nonetheless, a very worthwhile read and an insight from inside the camp. For all their flaws they were agents for positive change in many areas. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - shireling - LibraryThing
Yes, Schlesinger was definetely in the Kennedy corner, but so was I, so I can't help being totally enthralled by this book. And neither can I help feeling sad because it took just one creep to change the course of history- for the worst! Read full review