Senator (D-Mass.)

March 1987
Newsweek;3/16/1987, Vol. 109 Issue 11, p82
Opinion. The almost-willowy Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) appears to be a metaphor for the lean years of federal revenues that will be the Reagan legacy. But Kennedy is thinking about making liberalism compatible with that legacy. Liberalism's task is to harness some of the money from state governments and the business sector.


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