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Mark Shriver's "A Good Man" is one son's view of the life of a truly great man - an interweave of many diverse literary strands: biography, history, insights on faith, life, learning, Mark's own relationships as brother, husband, father and public citizen all in the context of his relationship with his father, Sargent Shriver. The narrative is at once very personal as it is universal and broadly applicable, particularly to any father struggling to do his best with his children.
As one reviewer on this site already commented, it is a book about "Growing Up Kennedy" by someone who actually did. The deeper import, however, is Mark Shriver's insight and perspective into the… Read more