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This book analyzes the social construction of John Fitzgerald Kennedy's memory in the arts, literature, and in the many monuments erected in his honor.
Michael J. Hogan is Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Illinois, Springfield, and Emeritus Professor of History at the Ohio State University. Past president of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, Hogan served for fifteen years as editor of Diplomatic History, the journal of record for scholars of American foreign relations and national security studies. He is the author or editor of ten books, notably his prize-winning history The Marshall Plan (Cambridge, 1987) and A Cross of Iron (Cambridge, 1998), his book on the origins of the national security state, and he has written numerous essays and articles in leading professional journals, including The American Historical Review and The Journal of American History.