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Robert Kennedy and His Times - Study Guide Chapters 26-29: Corridors of Grief; Stranger in a Strange Land; The Vice Presidency; To the Senate Summary & Analysis

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As preparations began for John Kennedy's re-election campaign of 1964, much of the country was still enamored with The New Frontier and the culture of "Camelot." All was not well with big business and Southern conservatives, however, who saw the administration as "leftist" and filled with "bleeding heart liberals." The campaign would be a tough one for Kennedy and for his Democratic colleagues in local and state offices. Committing to continued control of the Democrats of key states, therefore, meant that John would travel throughout the country, promoting himself and his fellow elected officials. Thus, the trip to Dallas, Texas in November, 1963, where he was assassinated. Robert was paralyzed for quite a while following the event...

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