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Edward M. Kennedy


Edward M. Kennedy


Edward M. Kennedy died in August 2009, at age 77.

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Edward M. Kennedy

Nickname: Ted

Gender: Male

Born: 1932



Family tree: Kennedy was the brother of John F. Kennedy, president of the United States, and Robert F. Kennedy, U.S. senator and attorney general.

Political office: He served in the U.S. Senate as a Democrat from Massachusetts.

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Additional Muckety map information sources:
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New York Times

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President Barack Obama and Senator Ted Kennedy walk on the grounds of the White House
President Barack Obama and Senator Ted Kennedy walk on the grounds of the White House.  April 21, 2009
Source: White House


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