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A Look at Edward M. Kennedy Through the Years
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Ted Kennedy with Bobby Kennedy at the opening of the Royal Children’s Zoo (June 9, 1938)
John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Edward M. Kennedy
Ted Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in South Boston
Ted and Vicki Kennedy (Photo by Ken Regan)
Every book read consumes a number of hours or days or weeks from the reader's lifetime.
Ted Kennedy's Memoir, a revealing and often an inspiring story of life as the youngest child of the Kennedy family is a fasinating tale filled with tragedy and joy.
I thought Mr. Kennedy's book was an excellent intimate account of a life well lived inside a very competitive and well known family.
Very well written, and readable, unlike many autobiographies. Lots of fun, lots of drama. A story of American history that was lived by Ted Kennedy. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Nancy Murphy
It took me a while to read this for no other reason that time was not an easy commodity. However, Senator Kennedy's recounting of his life, his career and his work for our Nation... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Phyllis A Jones
Sad & wonderful to see what a moral, responsible and hardworking government servant can be. If only those qualities still existed in government today. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Opinionated
Two things you should know before reading "True Compass" by Ted Kennedy. First, it is a well written book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Dundon
The Senator from Massachusetts writes of growing up with a family who had strong connections to each other. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leon Czikowsky
Brings back many things the Kennedy did and are still doing for the United States.Published 5 months ago by Lu
Not being a true Democrat I was not exactly sure why I did listen to this book... but I did... and I am really pleased I did. Educational and Inspiring!Published 5 months ago by P. R. Kapoor