|LC Classifications||PS3557.O759 S35 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||97013324|
And now comes Senatorial Privilege. At last we seem to have the whole truth about what happened at Chappaquiddick and in Edgartown on the night of July 18–19, , and it’s as ghastly as you Author: Jeffrey Hart. Chappaquiddick is the updated version of the late Leo Damore's book Senatorial Privilege. On J Edward Kennedy was at a party in cottage on Chappaquiddick Island in the Cape Code are of Massachusetts. Late that Friday night he and Mary Jo Kopechne a 29 year old single woman left their partying companions/5(). The result is ''Senatorial Privilege,'' an account that may lack the razzle-dazzle style of some of its predecessors, Burton Hersh's ''Education of Edward Kennedy'' or Robert Sherrill's ''Last. It started with a party for six married couples. It ended in a car crash that left one man's presidential chances destroyed and one woman dead. Based on research and with a biting style, journalist Leo Damore presents a complete picture of a cover-up that rocked the nation/5(2).
Senatorial Privilege Edward Gorman, Author, E. J. Gorman, Author Forge $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author New Coronavirus Updates for the Book Biz. Leo J. Damore, who uncovered previously unreported information for his book, "Senatorial Privilege: The Chappaquiddick Coverup," took his life on Monday at his home in Essex, Conn. An eye-opening account of how Ted Kennedy was able to put himself above the law and how the death of Mary Jo Kopechne was trivialized by the rush to protect Kennedy's career and cover-up the facts about the accident at Chappaquiddick/5(2). If anyone ever truly deserved a Profiles in Courage Award, it was the late Leo Damore, the author of the book “Senatorial Privilege: The Chappaquiddick Cover-Up.”.
Originally published in under the title Senatorial Privilege, this book almost didn't make it into print after its original publisher, Random House, judged it too explosive and backed out of its contract with author Leo Damore. Mysteriously, none of the Brand: Regnery History. "An achievement of reportorial diligence, this book tells a story that the most imaginative crime novelist would have been hard put to invent. It is a tale of death, intrigue, obstruction of justice, corruption and politics." -- People Magazine A young woman leaves a party with a wealthy U.S. senator. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Senatorial Privilege by Ed Gorman at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at . out of 5 stars Senatorial Privilege. Reviewed in Canada on Decem You can breeze through this book in under an hour -- I just did. While it makes for a suspenseful, albeit entertaining, account of what happened that infamous night, Damore relies too heavily on witnesses' accounts and police remarks (often little more than Reviews: