National Affairs: Where's Jack?

In the great game of U.S. politics, where getting more votes than the other guy on Election Day is the requisite of survival, it is not uncommon for politicians to try to be many things to many voters, to take one tone in a small town and another in a big city, to try to sound conservative to conservatives and liberal to liberals. The art lies in being able to project double images without getting accused of being two-faced. In this political art, Presidential Hopeful John F. Kennedy, for all his youth and boyish...

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