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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Christina Haag
It was the peculiar fate of John F. Kennedy Jr. to figure as a series of images firmly implanted in the consciousness of millions. Born to a president-elect, he duly celebrated his third birthday with the traditional ice cream and cake at the White House, but not before making the world draw in its collective breath earlier that day as they saw him salute the flag-draped casket of his assassinated father.
"You remind me of me," she confided to the young woman, who continued to call her Mrs. Onassis even after she had been told "Call me Jackie."