Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot - Part 2: Chapters 13-17 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapters 13-17 Summary and Analysis

Part 2: The Curtain Descends

Chapter 13

August 7, 1963 - Osterville, MA - Morning

Jackie goes into premature labor while playing with the children at Brambletyde. JFK is informed and immediately goes to the hospital where Jackie is awaiting a caesarian section to deliver baby Patrick. Patrick's lungs have not developed properly. The baby is transported to a hospital in Boston but does not survive the night.

Chapter 14

August 28, 1963 - Washington, D.C - Afternoon

Martin Luther King addresses a crowd in front of the Lincoln Memorial. The speech is uncharacteristically dull and labored, something that is foreign to the great orator. Things change when MLK reaches the "I have a dream" portion of the speech.

JFK, RFK and newly elected senator Teddy Kennedy watch the speech from the White House. RFK had helped to organize the rally with hopes...

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