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The renowned biographer and New York Times bestselling author of The Kennedy Women returns with this first volume in a multigenerational history that will forever change the way America views its most famous family ...
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This hefty tome ends with JFK’s funeral, with much of Bob and Ted’s stories still to come. Historians will wince at some of the hyperbole and speculative conclusions, but Kennedy junkies will gobble it up.Read Full Review of The Kennedy Men: 1901-1963 | See more reviews from Kirkus
In the final analysis, Leamer is a fan, idealizing his subjects. The result is a good read, though not necessarily a balanced history. Leamer's book is the first of a projected two-volume set.Read Full Review of The Kennedy Men: 1901-1963 | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
Yes, you will finish this book with a different view of our thirty-sixth president. Yet his legacy of what might have been will remain intact forever.Read Full Review of The Kennedy Men: 1901-1963
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