We all know about the three famous Kennedy sons Jack, Bobby, and Teddy. But in her new biography EUNICE, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eileen McNamara profiles the Kennedy sister who left her mark on American society in ways that her brothers could only envy. She was a social advocate, lobbyist, feminist, and -- most famously -- the woman who made the Special Olympics into the worldwide phenomenon they are today.
In the latest episode of TRUE STORY, Brian talks with Eileen McNamara about Eunice's ferocious determination and competitiveness -- and the emotional contradictions of life as a Kennedy.
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Brian Freeman, host of TRUE STORY, is an award-winning author of psychological thrillers. His novel THE NIGHT BIRD was one of the top 20 Kindle bestsellers of 2017. Find out more about him at bfreemanbooks.com.