THE PRESIDENCY by HUGH SIDEY: Jackie Onassis' Memory Fragments on Tape

The Presidency

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis now believes she should never have asked Lyndon Johnson to rename Cape Canaveral for her slain husband, should not have recruited Author William Manchester to write the story of John Kennedy's assassination (The Death of a President), and should have moved out of the White House the day after his death.

These and other revealing reflections came through the mail just a few days ago to the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library. The highly visible but publicly noncommunicative Jackie was interviewed in 1974 by Professor Joe B. Frantz of the...

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