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It took long years, a family of his own, experience with life, experience with death, to reintegrate the element of personality loosened by the shock, in so many respects the salutary shock, of his upbringing. But it happened—in spite of his father, because of his father, Robert Kennedy was indeed a most determined person. His father made him what he appeared to be. Yet Jacqueline Kennedy, who adored both Robert and his father, once said that, of the brothers, he was "least like his father." (p. 102)

Robert spoke as often as the rest. Patrick Lucey, the state chairman, told him he should decide whether to be manager or campaigner. "But he insisted on doing both and did both quite well. It was amazing to me how he could find the amount of energy that he was able to put into the thing." He was still not...

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