Kennedy greets supporters in East Los Angeles.
Characterized by President Eisenhower’s wife, Mamie, as “that woman,” Jackie faced criticisms for her bouffant hair and French fashions. But she told the historian Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., that her husband did not mind.
"He wasn’t thinking of his image, or he would have made me get a little frizzy permanent and be like Pat Nixon."
"Whenever ‘Uncle Jack’ clapped his hands at Hyannis Port the little Kennedys and Shrivers and Smiths and Lawfords came running for a ride in his golf cart, either to the beach or to the candy store. Their favorite game was to try and run over the photographer."
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