Society: Graceful Entrance

It was Jackie Kennedy's gayest social week since she left the White House. In the ten months since her self-imposed year of mourning ended, she has slipped gradually and gracefully back into circulation, mostly with small sit-down dinner parties at home. Last week, in New York and Boston, she moved back into the world's whirl with a will.

In midweek, she gave a black-tie dinner for 27 guests in honor of John Kenneth Galbraith, the witty economist who invented the phrase "the affluent society" and likes to continue his researches into it. A...

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