Robert Kennedy – His Life
by: Evan Thomas
“The author presents Robert Kennedy as an extraordinarily complex man with contradictory traits: he was capable of kindness and cruelty, and was alternately devious and honest. Robert Kennedy could have been elected the President of the United States, if not for the fatal assassination that took his life, a day after he had won the Democratic National Party’s California Presidential Primary, defeating Eugene McCarthy. Robert Kennedy remains as one of the 20th century’s most fascinating figures, and this book highlights the facets that made him interesting as a leader, and as a man.”
– Suriyana Mohd Noor, Librarian, Collection & Research Development Unit
This book is available at the Perdana Library. If you are interested in borrowing or reading the book, please contact Ms Nabilah Rozali (firstname.lastname@example.org/ 03-88858961) for further instructions.