Kennedy the President

Kondracke, Morton
September 1978
New Republic;9/23/78, Vol. 179 Issue 13, p12
Presents the descriptions given to Massachusetts Senator Edward M. Kennedy as the last chance for the salvation of liberalism. Kennedy's favoring of national health insurance, the Equal Rights Amendment and Medicaid-financed abortions; Criticisms against Kennedy and belief that he could be beaten by any "reasonable" Republican; Application of Kennedy's moral sense to the downtrodden, being chairman of the subcommittee on refugees early in his Senate career; Description of a Kennedy presidency; Issue whether Kennedy has character.


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