August 1979
National Review;8/3/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 31, p990
This article presents the opinion of the author that Senator Edward M. Kennedy should be nominated for presidency of the United States. He suggests that the episode at Chappaquiddick Island be forgotten. He argues that Jimmy Carter has been an ineffectual president, and Senator Kennedy would be a better choice for the Democratic party. It is the author's opinion that the sooner Senator Kennedy is nominated, the sooner Senator Kennedy can be defeated, to the advantage of the Republican party.


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