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In 1960 in her Georgetown home in Washington, Jacqueline Kennedy works on her weekly column. The newspaper column called "Campaign Wife" included discussion of policies and issues with personal stories and Mrs. Kennedy's advice on everyday matters such as child-rearing and shopping.

ASSOCIATED PRESS In 1960 in her Georgetown home in Washington, Jacqueline Kennedy works on her weekly column. The newspaper column called "Campaign Wife" included discussion of policies and issues with personal stories and Mrs. Kennedy's advice on everyday matters such as child-rearing and shopping.

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