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The attempt to tackle the sexual legacy of John Kennedy was an unmitigated disaster for Sy Hersh, the low point of an otherwise illustrious career. Why would Hersh, the man obsessed with public policy, tackle this sordid tale in the way that he did?
If it's just as rational to be optimistic as to be pessimistic, why does the media have to pick one or the other? Why are those the only two choices?