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Kennedy

1. Charles Peter. born 1959, British politician, leader of the Liberal Democrats from 1999
2. Edward (Moore), known as Ted. born 1932, US Democrat politician; senator since 1962
3. his brother, John (Fitzgerald), known as JFK. 1917--63, US Democrat statesman; 35th president of the US (1961--63), the first Roman Catholic and the youngest man ever to be president. He demanded the withdrawal of Soviet missiles from Cuba (1962) and prepared civil rights reforms; assassinated
4. Nigel (Paul). born 1956, British violinist, noted for his flamboyant style
5. Robert (Francis), known as Bobby, brother of John Kennedy. 1925--68, US Democrat statesman; attorney general (1961--64) and senator for New York (1965--68); assassinated
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And there are already murmurs of the question: Will another Kennedy run for president?
More endearing, if scarcely less persuasive, is the deflationary comparison of the Kennedys and Texas governor John Connolly and his wife riding through Dallas in the Lincoln Continental X-100 to the Beverly Hillbillies making their jalopy entry into Southern California's Lotusland.
Texas Governor John Connolly and his wife, Nellie, sat in front of the Kennedys, and Vice President Lyndon B.
saluting his father's coffin is part of ``The Kennedys,'' on KCET.
Thus the Kennedys came across as crusaders not beholden to organized labor, yet remained acceptable to most union bosses.
Without placing any kind of responsibility upon the Kennedys for an imperialist foreign policy that struggled to control Central America long before and long after but definitely while JFK held office, 13 Days relies on an obvious villain: the military, a battery of mountain-faced Cold Warriors who unanimously call for a preemptive attack.
Schlesinger wrote as a committed colleague of the Kennedys and as a critical historian.
A trip to her stylist's home and a chance encounter with a mean, green parrot named Enid sparked a fascination with birds that steered the Kennedys from the plumbing business to founding Golden Oak Aviaries, where they breed colorful cockatoos, macaws and other exotic birds.
In later years, the Kennedys would struggle to explain how RFK could have worked for the most reckless red-baiter in history.
O'Donnell, as played by Costner, would serve as the audience's Everyman, a witness to the bickering between military leaders who pressed for an air strike and invasion of Cuba, and the Kennedys, who wanted to explore other solutions.
Steel is neither the first nor last writer to feel betrayed by the Kennedys over the lost innocence of the 1960s, but he has matched its fabled credibility gap with his claim to have learned something.
The Kennedys offered an endless supply of love and healing.