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Now that Schwarzenegger is leaving the job as Governor, Shriver finds herself once again, now 54, at a crossroads in her life.
Shriver gave up her career—and much of her politics—for her husband.
The portrait of Shriver that emerged from these reminiscences was, even by the hyperbolic standards of the form, hagiographic.
But even as he agreed, JFK required that Shriver pay a price.
I told you, Shriver, that you didnt pay enough attention to your training and kept too late hours.
Shriver was in the rear, and in the greatest trepidation for the safety of the President.
I said to Mr. Shriver, whom I knew to be reckoned as a loyal man, that he should not have lent his presence.
While in the midst of his examination, Miss Branson, accompanied by a Mr. Shriver, came in.
I found some very fine specimens around a pond in Mr. Shriver's woods, east of Chillicothe.