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A Positive Balance

By George Will - August 26, 2009

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WASHINGTON -- At the Democrats' 1960 convention in Los Angeles that nominated John Kennedy, his 28-year-old brother Ted was standing with the Wyoming delegation when it sealed the victory. He was then a sibling for minor missions. He would become the most consequential brother. His two political brothers were young men in a hurry: John became the youngest elected president at 43; Robert died at...

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