Max Kennedy: A Son's Vision of a Stranger Father Max Kennedy, the ninth child of Robert and Ethel Kennedy, was just three years old when his father was assassinated. In 1998, he edited a collection of his father's private journal entries called Make Gentle The Life of this World: The Vision of Robert F. Kennedy.
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Max Kennedy: A Son's Vision of a Stranger Father

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Max Kennedy, the ninth child of Robert and Ethel Kennedy, was just three years old when his father was assassinated. In 1998, he edited a collection of his father's private journal entries called Make Gentle The Life of this World: The Vision of Robert F. Kennedy.

This interview was originally broadcast June 4, 1998.

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