Are there no sacred boundaries we won't cross for the voyeuristic pleasure of the unrelenting public?
The letters span fourteen years (from 1950 to 1964), in which she reveals personal thoughts and feelings on her engagement to New York stockbroker John Husted, which she broke off shortly before the wedding, her subsequent marriage to President John F. Kennedy, and her personal struggle with her faith following his assassination in 1963.
It seems to me that if Jackie Kennedy wanted those letters to be put out there for public consumption, she would have done so, or perhaps written an autobiography.
I think it an unforgivable invasion of privacy when letters written in confidence to a priest, are put on public display.
What I would like to know is who is responsible for this. Certainly not her family, I hope.