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A Legacy Threatened

Kennedy’s absence tangible as Democrats ask what went wrong

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / January 20, 2010

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For decades it was, quite literally, Ted Kennedy’s seat, the place in the Senate chamber where the legendary liberal pounded his desk and spoke passionately in favor of universal health care. And after the senator’s death, his legacy was marked by a black mourning cloth and crystal vase of white roses on his desk. (Full article: 878 words)

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