President Kennedy was not only an American, he was also a Berliner, a Parisian, an Irishman, a beacon of hope in Africa, a voice of promise in South America. He and his young wife were the most famous couple in the world.
When he died, everyone felt like there was a death in the family
We all moved on. But we never really got over it.
In this book, PublishAmerica authors share their memories. Some remember the day in vivid detail, like a film. Others recall it like a slide show, still image by still image. Together, it makes for a fascinating read