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Senator Jack Kennedy on View Point  With his good looks, youth, and charm, JFK was a natural on screen and was the first politician to capitalise on the medium of television.

Senator Jack Kennedy on View Point With his good looks, youth, and charm, JFK was a natural on screen and was the first politician to capitalise on the medium of television.

Gentlemen, I don't give a damn if the state and the county organizations survive after November, and I don't give a damn if you survive. I want to elect John F. Kennedy. —RFK, 1960

Gentlemen, I don't give a damn if the state and the county organizations survive after November, and I don't give a damn if you survive. I want to elect John F. Kennedy. —RFK, 1960

April 4, 1968 -- On that cold and windy evening, Robert Kennedy broke the news of King’s death in an impassioned, extemporaneous speech on the need for compassion in the face of violence.  It has proven to be one of the great speeches in American political history.  Although a number of cities erupted with riots following King’s death, Indianapolis did not.

April 4, 1968 -- On that cold and windy evening, Robert Kennedy broke the news of King’s death in an impassioned, extemporaneous speech on the need for compassion in the face of violence. It has proven to be one of the great speeches in American political history. Although a number of cities erupted with riots following King’s death, Indianapolis did not.

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