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When President John Kennedy was inaugurated in January, 1961, his country cheered not only for him but also for Jacqueline, his beautiful young wife. During his tenure, she exemplified a new era of grace, youth and culture, and gave her nation a joy it had not experienced in half a century--that of watching small children grow up in the White House.
On May 19, 1994, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died of a form of lymphoma. In his eulogy, brother-in-law Senator Edward M. Kennedy said of her, “she was a blessing to us and to the nation, and a lesson to the world on how to do things right, how to be a mother, how to appreciate history, how to be courageous. She graced our history. And for those of us who knew and loved her-she graced our lives.”
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