Remembering Bobby Kennedyby rubyfruit76 | created - 04 Jun 2018 | updated - 05 Jun 2018 | Public
June 6th, 2018, marks the 50th anniversary of Bobby Kennedy's death. Robert F. Kennedy was the Attorney General of the U.S. during the John F. Kennedy administration, a popular and influential U.S. Senator in the 1960s, a candidate for President of the Unites States in 1968 (an election that Richard Nixon went on to win), and the eloquent voice of generations everywhere that hoped for civil rights instead of inequality, shared prosperity instead of poverty, and peace instead of war. On June 5th, 1968, five months before the Presidential election, and weeks after Martin Luther King was killed, Bobby Kennedy, at the age of forty-two, was assassinated. Which of the following Bobby Kennedy quotes, some heard in films about him or his brother, do you think has the most meaningful message today?
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