Robert F. Kennedy
Robert F. Kennedy: The Brother Within, first published in 1962, is a lively account of the life and career of the younger brother of John F. Kennedy. Robert, or “RFK,” part of the politically important Kennedy family of Massachusetts, served as the U.S. Attorney General from 1961 to 1964 (under his brother and then Lyndon Johnson); he was a dedicated supporter of civil rights for African-Americans and also fought the corruption prevalent in organized labor at the time. The book, published while JFK was in office and before his assassination in 1963, paints a hopeful picture of the future for Robert Kennedy. Tragically, when he was in the midst of his popular 1968 presidential campaign, and at the age of 42, he was fatally shot in Los Angeles in June 1968. Included are 17 pages of photographs.
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