The style of his life and the manner of his death reshaped our world, and his influence may be even stronger in death than in life. In these pages Maclean’s examines the power and mystery ofBy IAN SCLANDERS14 min
NOTHING is settled. The illusion of calm, when it exists, is the stillness in the eye of the hurricane. It is not merely probable but certain that he fore long the storm will again be at full strength - though perhaps. like a real typhoon, blowing in the opposite direction.
With three secretaries, five volunteers and a yearly grant of $50,000, she works tirelessly to keep alive the memory of her husband. It's a life ruled by a legend she, more than anyone else, has createdBy CATHERINE BRESLIN9 min
Brothers Bobby and Ted are young, ambitious senators with startling touches of JFK's magic and a singlemmnded zeal that one day could restore the Kennedy clan to the White HouseBy JAMES M. MINIFIE8 min
UNDERSTANDABLY, the people of Munich at first blamed it all on the März Bock Bier Fest Ausgelassenheit (the madness of the mid-March strong-beer festival), though some said it was part of the filming of another spy movie. After all, they had never heard of Gerda Munsinger.
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