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Bobby blames himself for his brother's death. Five years later, tragedy strikes again.
JFK gets a grand state funeral, mourned by the world, but it's no comfort to the family. Bobby feels irrationally guilty, fearing his efficient fight against organized crime may have triggered a mob revenge, so he almost neglects his own household to console widow Jackie's, until she remarries against his advice. Still Bobby resumes his own political career, with the campaigning skill that got his brother elected, first to become senator, then running for president. Once again, flawed security abruptly ends a glorious rise to power.
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