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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - William Kuhn
She is the monarch of virtually all she surveys, from jewels and property to palaces, but she has never taken a train other than the royal one and she is a little depressed about it.
When most of us think of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, we think back to the perfectly coifed first lady of the early `60s in a stylish shift, a string of pearls, a pill box hat. Or the Jackie O of the next decade, the rich widow in huge sunglasses that shielded her from the world.
He also has written a most delightful book that would make a marvelous Christmas present, even if the recipient were not British.
William Kuhn, a biographer and historian, has written a book that applies insight, wit and originality to the remarkably restricted universe of the queen of England.