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Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot Chapter Summary & Analysis - Prologue; Part 1: Chapters 1-7 Summary

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Prologue; Part 1: Chapters 1-7 Summary and Analysis

Prologue; Part 1: Chapters 1-7

The prologue begins with John Fitzgerald Kennedy being sworn into office as the President of the United States. Kennedy is usually referred to as JFK to separate himself from his illustrious father, Joseph Kennedy, eldest brother Joe Jr., brother and soon-to-be attorney general Bobby, and younger brother, the up and coming political figure Edward, aka Teddy.

Kennedy is the youngest president to ever be inaugurated. JFK is adored by millions of Americans despite his thick ascent and privileged upbringing. JFK knows how to relate to people of all classes and ages. Additionally, JFK's wife, the beautiful and intelligent Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, is his number one supporter and, many believe, the reason he received many more votes than was ever expected of the young upstart from Massachusetts.

JFK is joined on the podium by many illustrious...

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