A Day in the Life of President Kennedy

A Day in the Life of President Kennedy Best Read || [Jim Bishop] - A Day in the Life of President Kennedy, A Day in the Life of President Kennedy This is the story of a typical day in the White House as John F Kennedy lived it This is also a historic document which sheds new light on the martyred president as a human being and as a world leade
  • Title: A Day in the Life of President Kennedy
  • Author: Jim Bishop
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 355
  • Format: paperback

A Day in the Life of President Kennedy Best Read || [Jim Bishop], A Day in the Life of President Kennedy, Jim Bishop, A Day in the Life of President Kennedy This is the story of a typical day in the White House as John F Kennedy lived it This is also a historic document which sheds new light on the martyred president as a human being and as a world leader A Day in the Life of President Kennedy Best Read || [Jim Bishop] - A Day in the Life of President Kennedy, A Day in the Life of President Kennedy This is the story of a typical day in the White House as John F Kennedy lived it This is also a historic document which sheds new light on the martyred president as a human being and as a world leade
  • A Day in the Life of President Kennedy Best Read || [Jim Bishop]
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A Day in the Life of President Kennedy

About Author

  1. James Alonzo Jim Bishop November 21, 1907 July 26, 1987 was an American journalist and author.Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, he dropped out of school after eighth grade In 1923, he studied typing, shorthand and bookkeeping, and in 1929 began work as a copy boy at the New York Daily News In 1930, he got a job as a cub reporter at New York Daily Mirror, where he worked until 1943, when he joined Collier s Magazine He remained until 1945.His plans to write for his friend and mentor, Hollywood producer Mark Hellinger, ended with Hellinger s death in 1947 Bishop wrote a biography of Hellinger in 1952 From 1946 to 1948, he was executive editor of Liberty magazine, then became director of the literary department at the Music Corporation of America until 1951 He was then founding editor of Gold Medal Books the juvenile division of Fawcett Publications until 1953 In the 1950s, Bishop would do his writing at the Jersey Shore in Sea Bright, New Jersey, going back to his home in Teaneck, New Jersey on weekends to see his wife and children 1 In 1957, he started his column, Jim Bishop Reporter with King Features Syndicate, which continued until 1983 It also landed him on the master list of Nixon political opponents.The remainder of his career was spent writing biographical books about notable figures, and Christian themed books His book The Day Lincoln Was Shot was published in 1955, and became an instant best seller Bishop also wrote The Day Christ Died, The Day Christ Was Born, and The Day Kennedy Was Shot Perhaps his most critically acclaimed book was FDR s Last Year April 1944 April 1945, which brought to public awareness the secrecy that surrounded President Franklin D Roosevelt s declining health during World War II.The Day Lincoln Was Shot was dramatized on TV twice, first as a 1956 live special starring Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln and shown on the Ford Star Jubilee anthology series, and again as a 1998 made for television film starring Lance Henriksen as Lincoln The Day Christ Died was made into a television film in 1980, starring Chris Sarandon as Jesus Christ, and Keith Michell as Pontius Pilate.

One thought on “A Day in the Life of President Kennedy

  1. I love these little paperbacks from the sixties 1964 Look, Jackie is on the cover with the President and the kids I was crushing on her for years Oddly enough, we never met.Mr Bishop was the last writer to work with President Kennedy on an exclusive story, wrote it while he was still alive and claims the book wasn t changed a wit after his assassination, when it was printed.He spent four days at the Whitehouse with the President, family and staff Bishop also says in the introduction that he wrot [...]


  2. I love this man When I think that I was born in 1962, one of the most tumultuous years of the 1960 s, and the year in which President Kennedy saved us from the brink of nuclear holocaust, and for me to be alive today because of him, sends a chill down my spine.




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