Profiles in courage and A nation of immigrants were books written by this man?
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I can't believe that there isn't a historian out there to pick this one up. I consider myself fairly knowledgeable of the Kennedy family but I had to look this one up.
Credit for writing both of these is given to John F. Kennedy. However, Profiles in Courage was written with extensive assistance from JFK's speech writer, Theodore Sorensen. There are some who allege that credit for the Pulitzer Prize that the book won should have gone to Sorensen.
A Nation of Immigrants, was originally written by JFK when he was a senator in 1958. He began to revise it a few months before his death in 1963. The revision was published posthumously.
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