In honor of JFK

October 30, 1993

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis praised President Clinton after he delivered a stirring speech marking the opening of a new museum at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston. "That was wonderful," she said. Other Kennedys were as enthusiastic. Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II, whose father, Robert, was assassinated in 1968, said that both his father and his uncle would have approved of Mr. Clinton. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, who with her husband led the effort to renovate the library, said, "President Kennedy lives on in those he inspired to enter public life."

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