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Jackie Kennedy Tapes Reveal Her Love for JFK

Jackie Kennedy Tapes Reveal Her Love for JFK

Originally posted 09/14/2011 08:15AM

She was one of the world's most beloved yet mysterious women. And as a young widow following her husband's murder in 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy largely kept quiet in her torrent of grief.

Until now.

Eight and a half hours of recordings of Mrs. Kennedy from seven interviews in 1964, four months after the president's Nov. 22, 1963, murder, are set to be released as an audio book Wednesday. In excerpts published in The New York Times, the former first lady holds forth on everything from the Cuban Missile Crisis to the world's great leaders of the time to her own husband – whom she idolized to the end.

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Supporters Dismiss Diana-JFK Jr. Book Claim | Princess Diana

Supporters Dismiss Diana-JFK Jr. Book Claim

Originally posted 06/28/2005 08:00AM

A new book by the late Princess Diana's friend and astrologer, Simone Simmons, has some royal watchers and Diana loyalists up in arms.

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'Baywatch' Cad Talks Up Bessette Affair

Originally posted 03/29/2004 10:00AM

Former "Baywatch" actor Michael Bergin is in full media-blitz mode this week with his new book, in which he details a long-term affair with John F. Kennedy Jr.'s wife, Carolyn Bessette.

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NEWS BRIEFS: JFK Jr. Considered Senate

Originally posted 03/17/2004 9:35AM

OPPOSED: John Kennedy Jr. was said to be "upset" when Hillary Rodham Clinton announced she was running for the office of Democratic U.S. Senator from New York, a job that he wanted, according to author Laurence Leamer's new book, "Sons of Camelot." But the New York Post quotes Leamer as saying that Kennedy (who was killed in a 1999 plane crash) put his political ambitions on hold for Clinton because he was a gentleman.

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Kennedy Crash Aftermath

Originally posted 01/14/1999 12:00AM

The mother of Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and Lauren Bessette left open the option Thursday to sue over the plane crash that killed her daughters and John F. Kennedy Jr. Ann M. Freeman of Old Greenwich, Conn., filed a petition in State Surrogate's Court in Manhattan to distribute existing assets totaling less than $1 million and any money that might be produced from lawsuits. The court papers said there may be "personal injury and wrongful death claims against persons and parties as yet unknown" arising from the July 16, 1999, crash.

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George Magazine to Fold

Originally posted 06/11/1998 12:00AM

Burns to Buy JFK Loft

Originally posted 12/12/1997 12:00AM

Burns to Get JFK Jr. Loft?

Originally posted 12/08/1997 12:00AM

JFK Jr. Jeep Sold

Originally posted 09/10/1997 12:00AM

JFK Jr. Jeep Sold

Originally posted 09/10/1997 12:00AM

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