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Edward M. Kennedy: 1932 - 2009

Liberal Champion Propelled Family's Political Legacy

Sen. Kennedy's Life and Career, 1932 - 2009

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) was the last of an American political dynasty, rising to prominence alongside his brothers John and Robert. He served more than four decades in the Senate and led a life rife with triumph and tragedy. Vincent Bzdek, who is author of 'The Kennedy Legacy,' narrates the slideshow.

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