The Camelot Delusion: John F. Kennedy’s Legacy World

Review of new books on Kennedy by Jeffrey Sachs and Thurston Clarke. “The luckiest president of the past century has been Lyndon Johnson, the subject of a monumental, multivolume labour of love by the pre-eminent political biographer Robert Caro that has redeemed the ex-president’s reputation. As LBJ’s stock has risen, that of his predecessor has fallen. John F. Kennedy has become the man who merely talked” (2,100 words)

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