By EDUARDO PORTER
The Daily Caller
April 3, 2013
Although Caroline Kennedy has not been officially nominated as the United States ambassador to Japan, a report of the probable pick has provoked wide discussion ? not all of it positive ? about whether the last living member of Camelot?s first family is up to the job.
?I?m sure she?s a lovely person and a good lawyer and author and, of course, she comes from a prominent American family and was wise enough to choose the right father,? Economic Strategy Institute president Clyde Prestowitz wrote Tuesday in Foreign Policy magazine. ?But she knows little of Japan, speaks no Japanese, and is not particularly experienced in world affairs and diplomacy.?
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