Best Selling Books by Caroline Kennedy

Caroline Kennedy is the author of The Right to Privacy (2010), A Family of Poems (2005), Jacqueline Kennedy (2011), She Walks in Beauty (2011) and other 39 books.

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The Right to Privacy

release date: Sep 29, 2010
The Right to Privacy
Can the police strip-search a woman who has been arrested for a minor traffic violation? Can a magazine publish an embarrassing photo of you without your permission? Does your boss have the right to read your email? Can a company monitor its employees' off-the-job lifestyles--and fire those who drink, smoke, or live with a partner of the same sex? Although the word privacy does not appear in the Constitution, most of us believe that we have an inalienable right to be left alone. Yet in arenas that range from the battlefield of abortion to the information highway, privacy is under siege. In this eye-opening and sometimes hair-raising book, Alderman and Kennedy survey hundreds of recent cases in which ordinary citizens have come up against the intrusions of government, businesses, the news media, and their own neighbors. At once shocking and instructive, up-to-date and rich in historical perspective, The Right to Private is an invaluable guide to one of the most charged issues of our time. "Anyone hoping to understand the sometimes precarious state of privacy in modern America should start by reading this book."--Washington Post Book World "Skillfully weaves together unfamiliar, dramatic case histories...a book with impressive breadth."--Time

A Family of Poems

release date: Sep 01, 2005
A Family of Poems
Caroline Kennedy has chosen a rich variety of Kennedy family favorite poems to include in this priceless collection. With thoughtful personal introductions written by Caroline herself, and beautiful new original artwork by award-winning artist, Jon J Muth, this collection is sure to become a family favorite for years to come.

Jacqueline Kennedy

release date: Sep 14, 2011
Jacqueline Kennedy
To mark John F. Kennedy's centennial, celebrate the life and legacy of the 35th President of the United States. In 1964, Jacqueline Kennedy recorded seven historic interviews about her life with John F. Kennedy. Now, for the first time, they can be read in this deluxe, illustrated eBook. Shortly after President John F. Kennedy's assassination, with a nation deep in mourning and the world looking on in stunned disbelief, Jacqueline Kennedy found the strength to set aside her own personal grief for the sake of posterity and begin the task of documenting and preserving her husband's legacy. In January of 1964, she and Robert F. Kennedy approved a planned oral-history project that would capture their first-hand accounts of the late President as well as the recollections of those closest to him throughout his extraordinary political career. For the rest of her life, the famously private Jacqueline Kennedy steadfastly refused to discuss her memories of those years, but beginning that March, she fulfilled her obligation to future generations of Americans by sitting down with historian Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and recording an astonishingly detailed and unvarnished account of her experiences and impressions as the wife and confidante of John F. Kennedy. The tapes of those sessions were then sealed and later deposited in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum upon its completion, in accordance with Mrs. Kennedy's wishes. The resulting eight and a half hours of material comprises a unique and compelling record of a tumultuous era, providing fresh insights on the many significant people and events that shaped JFK's presidency but also shedding new light on the man behind the momentous decisions. Here are JFK's unscripted opinions on a host of revealing subjects, including his thoughts and feelings about his brothers Robert and Ted, and his take on world leaders past and present, giving us perhaps the most informed, genuine, and immediate portrait of John Fitzgerald Kennedy we shall ever have. Mrs. Kennedy's urbane perspective, her candor, and her flashes of wit also give us our clearest glimpse into the active mind of a remarkable First Lady. In conjunction with the fiftieth anniversary of President Kennedy's Inauguration, Caroline Kennedy and the Kennedy family are now releasing these beautifully restored recordings on CDs with accompanying transcripts. Introduced and annotated by renowned presidential historian Michael Beschloss, these interviews will add an exciting new dimension to our understanding and appreciation of President Kennedy and his time and make the past come alive through the words and voice of an eloquent eyewitness to history.

She Walks in Beauty

release date: Apr 05, 2011
She Walks in Beauty
In She Walks in Beauty, Caroline Kennedy has once again marshaled the gifts of our greatest poets to pay a very personal tribute to the human experience, this time to the complex and fascinating subject of womanhood. Inspired by her own reflections on more than fifty years of life as a young girl, a woman, a wife, and a mother, She Walks in Beauty draws on poetry's eloquent wisdom to ponder the many joys and challenges of being a woman. Kennedy has divided the collection into sections that signify to her the most notable milestones, passages, and universal experiences in a woman's life, and she begins each of these sections with an introduction in which she explores and celebrates the most important elements of life's journey. The collection includes works by Elizabeth Bishop, Sharon Olds, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Mary Oliver, Pablo Neruda, W. H. Auden, Adrienne Rich, Sandra Cisneros, Anne Sexton, W. S. Merwin, Dorothy Parker, Queen Elizabeth I, Lucille Clifton, Naomi Shahib Nye, and W. B. Yeats. Whether it's falling in love, breaking up, friendship, marriage, motherhood, or growing old, She Walks in Beauty is a priceless resource for anyone, male or female, who wants a deeper understanding and appreciation of what it means to be a woman.

The Origins of the Cold War

release date: Nov 28, 2017
The Origins of the Cold War
A lively and accessible new introduction to the origins and emergence of the Cold War. Caroline Kennedy-Pipe brings to life the clashes of ideas and personalities that led Russia and America into decades of conflict and draws out important lessons for policy and analysis in today's equally formative period in world affairs.

In Our Defense

release date: Jan 01, 1991
In Our Defense
Examines the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution through cases that have challenged and interpreted them

Disarmament in a Changing World

release date: Jan 01, 1991

A Patriot's Handbook

release date: Aug 16, 2016
A Patriot's Handbook
Caroline Kennedy shares an inspiring collection of patriotic poems, song lyrics, historical documents, and speeches. The Best-Loved Poems of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was a blockbuster success, remaining on the New York Times bestseller list for 15 weeks with more than 500,000 copies in print. Now, Caroline Kennedy shares with readers an assortment of her own favorite American writings. The works collected here--which span centuries and styles--have one thing in common: all are emblematic of our country's patriotism and pride. Caroline Kennedy researched all of the selections included in A Patriot's Handbook, wrote the introduction, and added personal commentary to each section. This elegantly packaged collection is the perfect gift for anyone in search of a reminder of what our country's spirit is made of. "Over the past year we have all thought about what it means to be an American. I realized that I want my own children to know more about the ideals upon which this country was founded and the sacrifices that have been made to pass them on to us. This book is intended to help families explore the foundations of our freedom and to celebrate our heritage." (Caroline Kennedy)

Suspect Devices

release date: May 01, 2013
Suspect Devices
In the wake of the American-led invasion of Afghanistan and then Iraq, one weapon in particular has come to dominate the image we have of these wars-the '"Improvised Explosive Device" or IED. Dramatized by films such as The Hurt Locker and omnipresent in the media because of its continuing toll on allied service personnel, especially bomb-disposal specialists, the IED has become the ubiquitous asymmetric 'weapon of the weak' and a major threat to Western foreign policy objectives and military morale. In this rigorous book on the IED phenomenon, Caroline Kennedy argues that it is indeed a "ubiquitous weapon," but that it is not new and has been a feature of the battlefield for much longer than we imagine. She shows how the IED became a thorn in the side of the "Western way of war" and how its increasing proliferation into criminal organisations and use in "ordinary" forms of violence represents a step change in threats to both military and civil order and a potent challenge to Western interests at many levels. Suspect Devices offers a graphic interpretation of the power, both actual and symbolic, of this durable and potent weapon, and an important and urgent reflection on its contemporary relevance.

The Best Loved Poems of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

release date: Feb 24, 2015
The Best Loved Poems of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Timed to the publication of the author's new illustrated children's book, A Family of Poems, the national bestseller is now available in a specially priced gift edition Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis loved literature, especially poetry. "Once you can express yourself," she wrote, "you can tell the world what you want from it. All the changes in the world, for good or evil, were first brought about by words." Now, Caroline Kennedy shares her mother's favorite poems and the worlds behind her strong belief in the power of literature. A wonderful volume for reading aloud or by yourself, a meaningful gift or keepsake, The Best-Loved Poems of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis offers an intimate view of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' world, and a poignant glimpse into her heart.

An Affair of State

release date: Jan 01, 1987
An Affair of State
An account of the Profumo scandal of the 1960s reveals the truth behind Stephen Ward's double-agent claim and argues that his trial was a corruption of justice

The Origins of the Present Troubles in Northern Ireland

release date: Jul 15, 2014
The Origins of the Present Troubles in Northern Ireland
For quarter of a century now the British Army has been involved in a bloody and protracted conflict in Northern Ireland. This book looks at the roots of the current struggle and of British military intervention, setting both in the longer perspective of the Anglo-Irish Troubles. It is, however, more than a chronicle of military strategies and sectarian strife: it seeks to place the use of the army within the context of the wider British experience of dealing with political violence, and to address the broader issue of how democratic states have responded to both ethnic conflict and the threat of `internal' disorder

Stalin's Cold War

release date: Jan 01, 1995
Stalin's Cold War
In the first analysis of the start of the Cold War from a Soviet viewpoint, Caroline Kennedy-Pipe draws on Russian source material to reach some startling conclusions. She challenges the prevailing orthodoxy of Western historians to show how Moscow saw the presence of US troops in Europe in the 1940s and early 1950s as advantageous rather than as a check on Soviet ambitions. The author points to a complex web of concerns than fuelled Moscow's actions, and explores how the Soviet leadership, and Stalin in particular, responded to American policy. She shows how the Soviet experience of the United States and Europe, both before, during and after the Second World War, led Moscow to a policy that was not simply fuelled by anti-Americanism. Six chapters cover events from the wartime conferences of 1943 until the death of Stalin. A final chapter places the book in the context of the current debate over the causes of the Cold War.

Lead Beyond 2030

release date: Dec 08, 2020
Lead Beyond 2030
A powerful exploration of what separates great leaders from the rest. Intensify your impact with practical, real-world insights and strategies designed for shamelessly ambitious people.

How the English Establishment Framed Stephen Ward

release date: Nov 15, 2013
How the English Establishment Framed Stephen Ward
On cover, authors' names appear in reverse sequence with Caroline Kennedy listed first.

Security Studies: The Basics

release date: Jan 01, 2013
Security Studies: The Basics
Traditional studies of security focused on the survival of states and the impact of wars, the development of technology and the nuclear deterrent. Since the end of the Cold War, however, a new range of threats has been added to the security lexicon and it is now common to stress that human survival is threatened not just by the use of military power by a hostile state but also by environmental damage, AIDS/HIV, water shortages, famine and plague. Security: The Basics is a concise introduction to the contemporary study of security issues and explores key questions such as: Should security be focused on the state or the individual? How has the nature of security changed since 9/11? How is the security of women or children affected by war, poverty and disease? To what extent will the future of security be about cyber-security? Featuring a range of international case studies, suggestions for further reading, a glossary and notes on key thinkers, Security: The Basics is the ideal starting point for anyone interested in the study of the struggle for survival in the 21st century.

Russia and the World, 1917-1991

release date: Jan 01, 1998
Russia and the World, 1917-1991
An investigation of the evolution of Soviet foreign policy from the Revolution of 1917 until the end of the Soviet era, tracing the origins and characteristics of Soviet external strategies from their Marxist-Leninist roots through to the collapse of communism. There is a careful analysis of Soviet foreign policy alongside the inception of the Bolshevik state with its global manifesto of revolutionary change; Stalin's struggle to survive the twin threats of a revisionist Germany and militant Japan through alliance with the capitalist states; the expansion of Soviet power in the closing stages of World War II and the subsequent Cold War; the Soviet search for some form of accommodation with the West from the 1960s onwards; the attempts of successive leaderships to find a way of regenerating the failing Soviet system and the impact of economic weakness on Soviet behaviour in both the Third World and Eastern Europe. Based on a wide range of sources, including Russian materials that have become available since the end of the Cold War, this work differs from many standard accounts in its emphasis of the factional nature of decision-making over external strategies and its description of competing strains in Soviet thinking about the outside world.--

Caroline Kennedy Nonfiction

release date: Apr 14, 2020
Caroline Kennedy Nonfiction
A new book by New York Times bestselling author Caroline Kennedy.

Best-Loved Poems of (8cpy Cntr Dsply) Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis the

release date: May 12, 2002

"We the People---the U. S. Constitution and You".

release date: Jan 01, 2005

The Beatrix Potter Gardener's Yearbook

release date: Sep 16, 1991
The Beatrix Potter Gardener's Yearbook
Contains charts and record-keeping pages, as well as tips for producing a beautiful garden

An Excerpt from Chapter 3 [Privacy V. the Press] of The Right to Privacy

release date: Jan 01, 1995

Women and the Military

release date: Jan 01, 1998

How the Community-based Well Elderly Cope with Life Events and Changes

release date: Jan 01, 1988

A Family Christmas

release date: Oct 30, 2007
A Family Christmas
The president of the John F. Kennedy Foundation presents a collection of favorite holiday stories and excerpts including The Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore, Little Tree by E. E. Cummings, and A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, in a volume complemented by a letter to Santa Claus as written by the editor in childhood.

The Cuban Missile Crisis

release date: Jan 01, 2014
The Cuban Missile Crisis
In July 1962, in an effort to preserve an accurate record of Presidential decision-making in a highly charged atmosphere of conflicting viewpoints, strategies and tactics, John F. Kennedy installed hidden recording systems in the Oval Office and in the Cabinet Room. The result is a priceless historical archive comprising some 265 hours of taped material. JFK was elected president when Civil Rights tensions were near the boiling point, and Americans feared a nuclear war. Confronted with complex dilemmas necessitating swift and unprecedented action, President Kennedy engaged in intense discussion and debate with his cabinet members and other advisors. Now, in conjunction with the fiftieth anniversary of the Kennedy presidency, the John F. Kennedy Library and historian Ted Widmer have carefully selected the most compelling and important of these remarkable recordings for release, fully restored and re-mastered onto two 75-minute CDs for the first time. Listening In represents a uniquely unscripted, insider account of a president and his cabinet grappling with the day-to-day business of the White House and guiding the nation through a hazardous era of uncertainty. Accompanied by extensively annotated transcripts of the recordings, and with a foreword by Caroline Kennedy, Listening In delivers the story behind the story in the unguarded words and voices of the decision-makers themselves. Listening In covers watershed events, including the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Space Race, Vietnam, and the arms race, and offers fascinating glimpses into the intellectual methodology of a circumspect president and his brilliant, eclectic brain trust. Just as the unique vision of President John F. Kennedy continues to resonate half a century after his stirring speeches and bold policy decisions, the documentary candor of Listening In imparts a vivid, breathtaking immediacy that will significantly expand our understanding of his time in office.

Family of Poems My Favorite Poetry for Children

release date: Jan 01, 2005

The Soviet Union and the United States Military Presence in Europe

release date: Jan 01, 1992

Factors Limiting the Selection of Subject Matter in Tenth Grade Composition, 1956-1965

Soviet Policy and Nuclear Issues in American-West European Relations

release date: Jan 01, 1990

Implications of Psychologically Informed Physical Therapy on Patients with Chronic Pain and Psychosocial Factors

release date: Jan 01, 2018
Implications of Psychologically Informed Physical Therapy on Patients with Chronic Pain and Psychosocial Factors
ABSTRACT: Background: Patients with chronic pain often present to physical therapy clinics with psychosocial factors including depression and fear-avoidance which impede their physical performance in daily life. Psychologically informed physical therapy (PIP) aims to address these psychosocial factors as they pertain to the physical impairments of the patient. The purpose of this review is to assess the effectiveness of PIP on patients with chronic pain and psychosocial risk factors. Method: A literature review was performed from September 2016 to April 2018 using the databases Pubmed, CINAHL, MEDLINE Complete, and PEDro. Inclusion criteria consisted of an adult population, the English language, retrieved from a peer-reviewed journal, chronic pain lasting greater than 12 weeks, psychosocial risk factors, PIP intervention and functional outcome measures of quality of life (QOL) or pain. Exclusion criteria consisted of studies in which the interventions of PIP were administered by untrained physical therapists, or the treatment was applied from someone other than a physical therapist. Results: Final search strings yielded 48 articles for review; 6 articles were selected to aide in the clinical decision, with one case report not used as there was mismatch between case subject and the patient case inspiring this research effort. Therefore, 5 articles were used for final appraisal to help guide the clinical decision process. Discussion/Conclusion: Based on current literature, PIP is an effective approach to intervention for a patient with chronic pain and psychosocial factors as it has been shown to improve selfreported function, QOL and pain level. Techniques such as graded exposure, activity pacing, and cognitive restructuring are useful to use as therapeutic interventions in addressing the psychosocial components of chronic pain.
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