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4/30/18. A nicely done documentary series about JFK's younger brother, the "runt" (as his father called him) who would be president. The 4 episodes cover the man behind the image. For those who were around in the '60s, Bobby was the amiable young idealist/activist who really cared about the social issues of the day. He was a much more passionate Kennedy than JFK. Sadly, he never had the chance to implement many of his ideas for social justice because he was assassinated 2 months after Martin Luther King was. Worth catching. Great archival footage that captured his boyish good looks and his humor to cover a nervous and charming personality. He would have made a good president.
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