The Death of a President: The Days After JFK

by Benjamin Domenech on 8:10 am September 2, 2009

We can’t remember the last time we recommended someone buy Vanity Fair, but the October issue looks to be stacked. Sam Kashner, professor of desire, covers how William Manchester penned his 1967 best-seller, The Death of a President, and the toll it exacted “physically, emotionally, and financially—before it all but disappeared.”

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