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Introduction to The Kennedy Phenomenon

Roger Kimball introduces The Kennedy Phenomenon, a conference presented by The New Criterion on Tuesday, November 19.

Posted on: 11/22/2013

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Roger Kimball


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The Kennedy Phenomenon: "Watching the Kennedy Train-Wreck"

Roger Kimball reads Peter Collier’s paper on oft-overlooked unsavory details of the Kennedys' lives. Much of the paper is drawn from Collier’s book, coauthored with David Horowitz, The Kennedys: An American Drama.

Posted on: 11/22/2013

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Peter Collier, Roger Kimball


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The Kennedy Phenomenon: "The Many Misjudgments of Richard Hofstadter"

Fred Siegel discusses his new book The Revolt against the Masses and the myriad oversights of the historian Richard Hofstadter.

Posted on: 11/22/2013

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Fred Siegel


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The Kennedy Phenomenon: "The Kennedy Assassination and the Kennedy Legend"

James Piereson outlines the differences between the legends surrounding Kennedy and the historical facts, touching on his new book, Camelot and the Cultural Revolution.

Posted on: 11/22/2013

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James Piereson


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The Kennedy Phenomenon: "JFK, Conservative"

Ira Stoll discusses his new book, JFK, Conservative, and argues that Kennedy wasn't a liberal messiah but actually had more in common with future Republicans than his progressive supporters realize.

Posted on: 11/22/2013

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Ira Stoll


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