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I Feel Bad About My Neck Chapter Summary & Analysis - Me and JFK: Now It Can Be Told Summary

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Me and JFK: Now It Can Be Told Summary and Analysis

Nora prints a copy of a news article where Marion (Mimi) Fahnestock admits to having an affair with JFK while she was an intern at the White House. This leads into Nora's personal story of also being an intern at the White House while JFK was president. Meeting JFK is the highlight of the experience. Nora tells how she never has a desk to sit at or a typewriter to type at while she works as an intern. Her time is spent standing by a file cabinet and reading its contents. She does get a chance to save the Speaker of the House when he gets locked in the nearby Men's Room. One day JFK walks by her to his helicopter and asks her a question. The noise from the helicopter...

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