(7 Nov 1979) Senator Edward Kennedy has finally declared himself a candidate in America’s presidential election, now
just a year away. The decision puts an end to years of speculation about the surviving Kennedy brother’s
political ambitions but raises many more questions: can he overcome the shadow of the accident at Chappaquidick, where Mary-Jo Kopechne died? What of the threat of assassination and of his policies
at home and abroad? This report backgrounds aspects of the Senator’s career, setting it against those other triumphs and tragedies that make up that supreme electoral weapon – the Kennedy legend.

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