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Edward M. Kennedy: Senator From 1962-2009

Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.), one of the most powerful and influential senators in American history, died after battling a brain tumor. Kennedy was the vibrant symbol of American liberalism in an era of conservative ascendance.

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Family, Supporters Remember Sen. Edward M. Kennedy
Photos | Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's body was transported from his home in Hyannis Port, Mass., to Boston on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2009. Services will continue Friday and Saturday in Boston and Washington, D.C., where Kennedy will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery next to his two brothers.
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'We Loved This Kind And Tender Hero'
Article | On the day he was carried to his final resting place, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was remembered Saturday as a legislator of almost unequalled prowess, a political force who left a lasting imprint on the country and a husband, father and patriarch whose private acts of love and devotion helped his sta...
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In Boston, Bidding Kennedy Farewell
Article | BOSTON, Aug. 28 -- Family members and friends, political allies and ideological rivals joined together Friday night to pay tribute to the long life and outsized personality of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, in a small, private memorial service filled with song, laughter and tears.

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