Recollections of the late President by his Special Counsel. Covering the 1953-63 period, this is a "portrait of Kennedy's emergence into political maturity and of his increased knowledge of the country, of world affairs, of his own abilities and of administrative tactics as he fought the tough political battles of 1956-1960. Most of all, the book shows the man at work in the Presidency.
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