I'm looking for opinions here. I am not sure how I feel about this one. On one hand, I ask, "Why after all these years was it so important to write a public book with such explicit detail?" Other than the obvious financial gain, the vivid images the words in her book will leave on the people, not to mention JFK's family can only taint the once "innocent world" we've come to know as the
era before Kennedy's death. Is it wrong to close our eyes to the truth or do we sometimes need to live in fantasy and believe in Camelot?
On the other hand, this was her life. Doesn't everyone have the right to speak freely and chose the options they wish? Am I
judging her too harshly? I am not sure as my own feeling about this is skewed. Not only did I have a cheating husband who also had other women in my bed when I was away and I'm not sure I'd want to be reading about it in a public book,
but my memory of JFK held the adoration of a little girl, which I was at the time.
She did wait until Jackie O passed on, as well as John Jr. and I guess one can argue that Caroline need not read the book or listen to the news and interviews on the subject, but I am just not sure one way or the other.
Tell me what you think....