Robert F. Kennedy is remembered as a liberal icon, but biographer Larry Tye says his views changed over the course of his career. Random House hide caption

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From 'Runt Of The Litter' To 'Liberal Icon,' The Story Of Robert Kennedy

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A Meeting Of Great Minds: During his 1966 visit to South Africa, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy met with anti-apartheid activist Chief Luthuli and later spoke publicly about their meeting. Because of a government ban on media coverage of Luthuli, it was the first news many had of their leader in more than five years. Shoreline Productions hide caption

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