JFK: TIME's Best Cover Stories
1958: Democratic Hopefuls
"Jack Kennedy could turn out to be one of the flowers that bloom in the spring. Even after the successful election of Roman Catholics to major offices in such states as Minnesota, California and Pennsylvania, Kennedy's Catholicism could still be held against him when kingmakers are looking for winners at convention time. Another danger to Kennedy is the idea that his millionaire father, Boston Financier Joe Kennedy, is willing to spend any amount of money to get him elected an idea forcefully denied by Kennedy and carefully spread by his opponents."
From: The Men Who, Nov. 24, 1958