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Theodore C. Sorensen • 39 Items / 30 Articles, 7 Books, 2 Reviews
The Kennedy Legacy (1969)
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    A Legacy for Liberals (Review)
    The Kennedy Legacy, by Theodore C. Sorensen
    1. The Kennedy Legacy by Theodore C. Sorensen
    National Review, December 2, 1969, p. 1226
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    Politics (Review)
    The Kennedy Legacy, by Theodore C. Sorensen
    1. The Kennedy Legacy by Theodore C. Sorensen
    The Saturday Review, December 6, 1969, p. 56
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    The Kennedy Fantasy (4 Reviews)
    The Kennedy Legacy, by Theodore C. Sorensen
    1. The Kennedy Legacy by Theodore C. Sorensen
    2. American Journey: The Times of Robert Kennedy by Jean Stein and George Plimpton
    3. No Hail, No Farewell by Louis Heren
    4. Who Needs the Democrats? by John Kenneth Galbraith
    The New York Review of Books, November 19, 1970, pp. 3-11
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Present at the Creation by Dean Acheson
    2. The Limits of Intervention by Townsend Hoopes
    3. Adlai Stevenson: Patrician Among the Politicians by Bert Cochran
    4. The Foreign Service of the United States by W. Wendell Blancke
    5. The Kennedy Legacy by Theodore C. Sorensen
    6. 85 Days: The Last Campaign of Robert Kennedy~~Eighty-Five Days: The Last Campaign of Robert Kennedy by Jules Witcover
    7. The Year of the People by Eugene J. McCarthy
    8. McCarthy for President by Arthur Herzog
    9. The Oppenheimer Case by Philip M. Stern and Harold P. Green
    10. Prime Time by Alexander Kendrick
    11. America Since 1920 by Daniel Snowman
    12. Confrontation: The Student Rebellion and Universities by Daniel Bell and Irving Kristol
    Foreign Affairs, January 1970, p. 378