Why Was Kennedy Administration Called Camelot?

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The Kennedy Administration was called Camelot after the first lady, Jackie Kennedy, referred to it that way. In an interview, she said the years of Kennedy's presidency before his assassination were an 'American Camelot'. Camelot is generally accepted to be a time or place of happiness.
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