the tongue game
One of President Kennedy’s most enthusiastic supporters was Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. Their age difference was so great that their relationship was almost that of a father and a son. In fact Macmillan said he not only liked Kennedy but came to love him. Macmillan, after the Cuban Missile Crisis, claimed that Kennedy “did what we failed to do in the critical year before the two German wars. If Kennedy never did another thing, he assured his place in history by that single act.”
Senator John Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline in 1959. Photographs taken by Mark Shaw in the sun room of Jack and Jackie’s Hyannis Port home on Irving Ave.
The President and First Lady in Paris, 1961.