Growing Up Kennedy book. Harrison Rainie, John Quinn.
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by Harrison Rainie and John Quinn. I have always been fascinated with the 3rd generation of Kennedy's because there are so many of them (29) and they all have accomplished a lot in their lives. This was written in the early 80's, so at that point in time, only a few were married and the others were just getting started with what they were going to do with their lives. There are interviews with family memebers who are featured in this book, so that gives it a nice personal touch. Recommended for all Kennedy fans, especially those who want to learn more about the 3rd generation.
Growing Up Kennedy: The Third Generation Comes of Age by Harrison Rainie and John Quinn, 1983. Life special issue, The Kennedys: The Third Generation, 1997. RFK: A Candid Biography of Bobby Kennedy by C. David Heymann (Pages 516 - 521), 1998
Growing Up Kennedy: The Third Generation Comes of Age by Harrison Rainie and John Quinn, 1983. David Heymann (Pages 516 - 521), 1998.
the third wave comes of age. by Harrison Rainie. Published 1983 by Putnam in New York Kennedy family. Published 1983 by Putnam in New York. 97. 22/092/2, B. Library of Congress.
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Harrison Rainie and John Quinn, in their book Growing Up Kennedy: The Third Wave Comes of Age, quoted her . Quinn and Rainie quoted Shriver's nephew, Bobby Kennedy, who said, "She should have been president. She is the most impressive figure in the family.
Harrison Rainie and John Quinn, in their book Growing Up Kennedy: The Third Wave Comes of Age, quoted her as saying, "The important thing was win-don't come in second or third, that doesn't count-but win, win, wi. Most of the children followed this advice, entering public service or other competitive occupations. One child, however, did not. Shriver's sister, Rosemary, was born with mild mental retardation. She has a carefully constructed set of values and she will not budge from them.
Amongthem are Harrison Rainie and John Quinn, Growing Up Kennedy: The Third Wave Comes of Age (1983), and Peter Collier and David Horowitz, The Kennedys: An American Drama (1984). For a look at Shriver in relation to the Special Olympics, see Doug Single, Skill, Courage, Sharing, Joy: The Stories of Special Olympics (1992).