“President Kennedy inspired a generation that transformed America. They marched for justice, they served in the Peace Corps, in the inner cities, in outer space. His brothers carried on that work, fighting against poverty, violence and war, championing human rights, healthcare and immigration.”  - Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg

“But while my grandfather had reverence for the past and lessons it could impart, he also knew that America was a country where change was possible, where we aren’t bound solely by tradition, if we understand the past with which we are breaking.” - Tatiana Schlossberg

“I’m inspired by my grandfather’s sense of equality, his courage in naming the injustices in American society, and his call for action. His words and his ideals mean so much to me and to the world we live in today. But we are still faced with tremendous inequality and injustice, from voting rights to our criminal justice system and mass incarceration. My grandfather would be proud of how far we’ve come as a nation since 1963, but he’d have been the first to tell us that we have a long way to go.” - Rose Schlossberg

“From that speech at Rice, and from the space program he helped launch, we can learn a simple but important lesson. Great challenges are opportunities, and it is each generation’s responsibility to meet those challenges with the same combination of energy, faith and devotion that President Kennedy and his contemporaries displayed decades ago.” - Jack Schlossberg


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I pray for Jack Schlossberg’s heterosexuality more than I pray for world peace.


T&C’s Top 40 Bachelors

  • Christopher McKelvy, 26

The son of Sydney Kennedy Lawford is a lieutenant in the U.S. Army, which almost makes you forget that his grandfather was hard-living Rat Packer Peter Lawford.

  • Patrick Schwarzenegger, 20

Having Arnold and Maria as parents cannot have been easy of late, but the model/USC student remains a family man.

  • Conor Kennedy, 19

A mere child to some, this Deerfield Academy junior and son of Robert Kennedy Jr. was a gateway to the compound for Taylor Swift. Now he’s lyric fodder.

  • Robert F. Kennedy III, 29

Writer and film producer son of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and his first wife, Emily Black. Brown graduate. 

  • Jack Schlossberg, 21

The Yale student is the son of Caroline Kennedy and Ed Schlossberg and the only grandson of JFK. 

I take issue with Mr. Douthat’s condescending view of the American people. He suggests that Americans who admire President Kennedy — and as Mr. Douthat points out, the majority of Americans rank him among our best presidents — do not understand their own history.

Instead, I suggest that President Kennedy’s legacy remains relevant today not because of Camelot or conspiracy, but because Americans find inspiration and meaning there.

—  John Kennedy Schlossberg