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Kennedy, Robert F

Nov 5, 2011 — David Rowell's debut novel puts public and personal timelines alongside each other as he recounts June 8, 1968. That's the day a train made a slow, momentous journey from New York to Washington, D.C., to deliver the body of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy for burial beside his slain brother.
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Jun 4, 2008 — Max Kennedy, the ninth child of Robert and Ethel Kennedy, was just three years old when his father was assassinated. In 1998, he edited a collection of his father's private journal entries called Make Gentle The Life of this World: The Vision of Robert F. Kennedy.
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Jun 4, 2008 — Journalist Jack Newfield's close work with Robert F. Kennedy during the last year of his life informs Newfield's 1969 book, RFK: A Memoir, which offers a first-hand account of the assassinated politician and attempts to separate the man from myth.
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Jun 4, 2008 — When the candidate was assassinated 40 years ago, Hamill was there: He was Kennedy's friend and had helped persuade him to run for president. A journalist and author, Hamill covered the story for The Village Voice.
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Sep 10, 2007 — Journalist and historian Burton Hersh has followed the Kennedy family for more than 35 years. His latest book is Bobby and J. Edgar: The Historic Face-Off Between the Kennedys and J. Edgar Hoover that Transformed America.
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