What does it mean
to be a Kennedy? If ever three women would be challenged and
changed by marriages into a family, it would be Jacqueline
Bouvier, Ethel Skakel, and Joan Bennett.
None of these
radiant brides could have ever been prepared for the fame, the
family and tragedies that would spring from their lives.
As they struggled
to cope with their husband's infidelities, the harsh glare of
media scrutiny and the assassinations of John and Robert
Kennedy, these women would learn what it meant to be sisters,
reaching out to one another with comfort and consolation.
But these sisters
would also compete with one another, argue, and find themselves
estranged, sometimes for years. This groundbreaking biography
truly captures the lives of these Kennedy women. 4 cassettes.