Teddy Time?

January 1979
National Review;1/5/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p16
The article presents news on the speculated presidential announcement of United States Senator Teddy Kennedy. It reports factors behind the public's allegations and discusses the reasons why the Democratic Party has some reservations to elect Kennedy as the party's presidential candidate. The senator is well aware of these reasons as well.


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