Jacqueline Kennedy was not doing well six months after the assassiation: the endless loop of crying, drinking, nightmares, reliving those fateful seconds in Dallas over and over in her mind… Americans had no idea had bad it was, nor did they know how isolated she was. And so the president’s widow, all alone, spiraled downward and began contemplating the unthinkable.
This podcast is a companion to Paul Brandus's new book, "Jackie: Her Transformation from First Lady to Jackie O," now available in stores and online.
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