Newspapers: A Jackie Exclusive

"And the stares and pointing, and the stories . . . The strangest stories that haven't a word of truth in them, great long analytical pieces written by people you never met, never saw. I guess they have to make a living, but what's left of a person's privacy or a child's right to privacy?" Jacqueline Kennedy's understandable complaint appeared in a rather unprivate place—an article about her, her children and her life since the assassination in the New York World Journal Tribune. The basis of the story was a lengthy interview she gave to W.J.T. Editor Frank Conniff...

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