by James Thornton Harris
Neal Gabler's first volume of a biography of Ted Kennedy praises the long-serving senator as the driving force of a hugely consequential period of liberal legislative success. Those looking for gossip or consideration of his personal failures may be disappointed.
by William C. Kashatus
This weeks marks the 50th anniversary of the night Senator Edward M. Kennedy drove his black Oldsmobile off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island. His 28-year-old passenger was killed in the accident.
by Richard Moe
If the ultimate goal is to expand affordable health care to every American, Jimmy Carter and Ted Kennedy offer important lessons.
by Ronald L. Feinman
Three portraits should be added to the room the Senate uses to honor great members: John McCain, George Norris, and Ted Kennedy
by Mel Ayton
It passes off as fact the myth that Ted Kennedy allowed Mary Jo Kopechne to suffocate.
SOURCE: History channel
What really happened?
by Walter G. Moss
We could use their mix of idealism and realism again.
by Timothy Stanley
Carter’s claim that he was victimized overlooks the fact that he made liberals many promises that he betrayed.
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