Previously sealed tapes of a 1964 interview with former First Lady Jackie Kennedy are being revealed.  Kennedy’s daughter Caroline Kennedy released the tapes early for the book “Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life With John F. Kennedy,” set to be released this week.  The tapes were expected to remain sealed for 50 years.  Kennedy was interviewed by White House aide Arthur Schlesinger Jr. several months after JFK was assassinated.  In the interviews, Kennedy is critical of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and says JFK feared a Lyndon Johnson Presidency.  LBJ was Kennedy’s Vice President who became President after JFK’s assassination on November 22nd, 1963.  Jackie Kennedy died in 1994.