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James Carroll

The war-hero president and the pacifist

John F. Kennedy and Ted Sorensen collaborated on many speeches, including JFK's resounding declaration of peace that was at American University. John F. Kennedy and Ted Sorensen collaborated on many speeches, including JFK's resounding declaration of peace that was at American University. (John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum)
By James Carroll
June 2, 2008

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'I MAY not be able to see you," the partially blind, stroke-impaired Ted Sorensen told a crowd at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston last week, "but I have more vision than the president of the United States." Over 1,000 people gathered to hear JFK's speechwriter discuss his new book, "Counselor: A Life at the Edge of History." Those ... (Full article: 706 words)

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