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Daily Archives: January 8, 2014
On page 111 of Kennedy & Nixon, Chris Matthews talks about what John F. Kennedy learned about the political process after failing to become the 1956 Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate: “The 1956 experience…marked Kennedy’s metamorphosis from dilettante to professional. ‘I’ve learned … Continue reading