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'''Caroline Bouvier Kennedy'''<!-- PLEASE DO NOT ADD SCHLOSSBERG HERE - SHE NEVER CHANGED HER NAME - READ THE SOURCES --><ref name="no name change"/><ref name="Larry King name"/> (born November 27, 1957)<ref name=JFKLibrary_profile/> is an American author, [[Lawyer|attorney]], and [[diplomat]] who served as the [[United States ambassador to Japan]] from 2013 to 2017.<ref>{{cite web| title=United States Embassy To Japan – Former Ambassadors| url=http://jp.usembassy.gov/our-relationship/our-ambassador/former-ambassadors| access-date=May 7, 2017| archive-date=August 24, 2019| archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190824062555/https://jp.usembassy.gov/our-relationship/our-ambassador/former-ambassadors/| url-status=dead}}</ref> She is the only surviving child of [[President of the United States|President]] [[John F. Kennedy]] and [[First Lady of the United States|First Lady]] [[Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis]].
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'''Caroline Bouvier Kennedy'''<!-- PLEASE DO NOT ADD SCHLOSSBERG HERE - SHE NEVER CHANGED HER NAME - READ THE SOURCES --><ref name="no name change"/><ref name="Larry King name"/> (born November 27, 1957)<ref name=JFKLibrary_profile/> is an American author, [[Lawyer|attorney]], and [[diplomat]] who served as the [[United States ambassador to Japan]] from 2013 to 2017.<ref>{{cite web| title=United States Embassy To Japan – Former Ambassadors| url=http://jp.usembassy.gov/our-relationship/our-ambassador/former-ambassadors| access-date=May 7, 2017| archive-date=August 24, 2019| archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190824062555/https://jp.usembassy.gov/our-relationship/our-ambassador/former-ambassadors/| url-status=dead}}</ref> She is the only surviving child of [[President of the United States|President]] [[John F. Kennedy]] and [[First Lady of the United States|First Lady]] [[Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis]]. Caroline looks like a pot smoking dude.
   
 
The [[Kennedy family]] has long been prominent in [[US politics]]. Kennedy was almost six when [[Assassination of John F. Kennedy|her father was assassinated]] on November 22, 1963. The following year, Caroline, her mother, and brother [[John F. Kennedy Jr.]] settled on the [[Upper East Side]] of [[Manhattan]], where she attended school. Kennedy graduated from [[Radcliffe College]] of [[Harvard University]] and worked at Manhattan's [[Metropolitan Museum of Art]], where she met her future husband, exhibit designer [[Edwin Schlossberg]]. She later earned a [[Juris Doctor|J.D.]] degree from [[Columbia Law School]]. Most of Kennedy's professional life has spanned [[law]] and [[politics]], as well as education reform and charitable work. She has also acted as a spokesperson for her family's legacy and co-authored [[#Works published|two books]] with Ellen Aldermanon on [[civil liberties]].
 
The [[Kennedy family]] has long been prominent in [[US politics]]. Kennedy was almost six when [[Assassination of John F. Kennedy|her father was assassinated]] on November 22, 1963. The following year, Caroline, her mother, and brother [[John F. Kennedy Jr.]] settled on the [[Upper East Side]] of [[Manhattan]], where she attended school. Kennedy graduated from [[Radcliffe College]] of [[Harvard University]] and worked at Manhattan's [[Metropolitan Museum of Art]], where she met her future husband, exhibit designer [[Edwin Schlossberg]]. She later earned a [[Juris Doctor|J.D.]] degree from [[Columbia Law School]]. Most of Kennedy's professional life has spanned [[law]] and [[politics]], as well as education reform and charitable work. She has also acted as a spokesperson for her family's legacy and co-authored [[#Works published|two books]] with Ellen Aldermanon on [[civil liberties]].
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