Senatorial Privilege: The Chappaquiddick Cover-up

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Dell Pub., 1989 - History - 552 pages
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It started with a party for six married couples. It ended in a car crash that left one man's presidential chances destroyed and one woman dead. Based on research and with a biting style, journalist Leo Damore presents a complete picture of a cover-up that rocked the nation.

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This book was interesting but I found some issues such as no foot notes. Maybe this was just in the edition that I read but this bothered me. Besides that I found myself losing some respect for a man ... Read full review

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As many people growing up and politically inclined such as myself we learned a great deal about public affairs from people like Ted Kennedy. Those assembled in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts advised the ... Read full review

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