The murder of John F Kennedy robbed Bobby Kennedy of someone he loved and a role that had given meaning to his life. Just as he began to discover his own identity and move beyond the shadow of his brother, he too was assassinated. David Grubin 's biography for Storyville reassesses the tragic yet remarkable life of the third Kennedy son; the boy Joe Sr. called the "runt" - who may well have been president had it not been for his violent death.
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