After Words with Larry Sabato
Larry Sabato talked about his book, The Kennedy Half-Century: The Presidency, Assassination, and Lasting Legacy of John F. Kennedy, in which he argues that each of John F. Kennedy’s successors in the Oval Office drew from his record or his image to further their own agendas. He spoke about the Kennedy presidency and legacy with fellow presidential historian, Craig Shirley, author of Rendezvous with Destiny. close
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Larry J. Sabato Founder and Director University of Virginia->Center for Politics
Craig Shirley Founder and President Shirley and Banister Public Affairs
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