How the Kennedy era got the name Camelot?

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The Camelot question has been answered since 1989 in a book titled "The Kennedy Encyclopedia (page 30) written by Caroline Latham & Jeannie Sakol. Publisher is NAL Books in Canada copyright Latham and Sakol 1989. Quote: It was not until after the death of President John F. Kennedy that the concept of Cemelot began to be associated with his administration, and the person who made the explicit association with king Arthur's Court, with its high ideals and progressive manners, was Jacqueline Kennedy. By ironic coinicidence, two days before the President's asassination, the Kennedys held a ball at the White House and the Marine Band had played selections from My Fair Lady and Camelot, both favorites of the President. The music included the tune that was later to seem a nostalgic summing-up of the Kennedy Presidency: Don't let it be forgot that once there was a spot for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot In an interview given just weeks after the President's death, Mrs. Kennedy told journalist Theodore H. White, "When Jack quoted something, it was usually classical, but I'm so ashamed of myself--all I keep thinking of is this line from a musical comedy." She then quoted the lines from Camelot, citing them as favorites of the President. There will be great Presidents again but there will never be another Camelot again. White later told biographer C. David Heymann that he realized the comparison was a "mis-reading of history," but added that it seemed a small favor to grant the former First Lady "So the epitaph of the Kennedy administration became Camelot--a magic moment in American history when gallant men danced with beautfiul women, when great deeds were done, and when the White House became the center of the universe. Unquote
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What is camelot?

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Where is Camelot?

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What was Camelot?

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