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  2. Robert F. Kennedy | Biography, Facts, & Assassination

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    Robert F. Kennedy, in full Robert Francis Kennedy, (born November 20, 1925, Brookline, Massachusetts, U.S.—died June 6, 1968, Los Angeles, California), U.S. attorney general and adviser during the administration of his brother Pres. John F. Kennedy (1961–63) and later a U.S. senator (1965–68).

  3. Robert Kennedy - HISTORY

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    Robert Kennedy was the U.S. attorney general from 1961 to 1964 and a U.S. senator from New York from 1965 to 1968. A graduate of Harvard University and the University of Virginia School of Law ...

  4. Robert F. Kennedy - Wikipedia

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    Established in 1984, the Robert F. Kennedy Assassination Archives stored at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth contains thousands of copies of government documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act public disclosure process as well as manuscripts, photographs, audiotape interviews, video tapes, news clippings and research notes compiled by journalists and other private citizens who have investigated discrepancies in the case.

  5. Robert Kennedy - Assassination, Quotes & Children - Biography

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    Robert Kennedy was attorney general during his brother John F. Kennedy's administration. He later served as a U.S. Senator and was assassinated during his run for the presidency.

  6. Robert F. Kennedy | JFK Library

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    He won critical primaries in Indiana and Nebraska and spoke to enthusiastic crowds across the nation. Robert Francis Kennedy was fatally shot on June 5, 1968 at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California shortly after claiming victory in that state's crucial Democratic primary. He was 42 years old.

  7. Robert F. Kennedy: A Brief Biography | RFK Human Rights

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    On June 5, 1968, Robert Francis Kennedy was assassinated in Los Angeles, California shortly after claiming victory in that state's crucial Democratic primary. Although his life was cut short, Robert Kennedy's ideals live on today through the work of his family, friends, and Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, which partners with the bravest people ...

  8. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. - Family, Career & Facts - Biography

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    Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is an attorney, a vocal environmental activist and radio host. He is co-founder and President of River Alliance.

  9. Robert F. Kennedy – People and Organizations – The John F ...

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    In 1960 Robert Kennedy served as the campaign manager for John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign. After JFK’s election, Robert Kennedy was appointed Attorney General. Robert Kennedy served as Attorney General of the United States from January, 1961 until his resignation on September 3, 1964.

  10. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. - Wikipedia

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    Robert Francis Kennedy Jr. (born January 17, 1954) is an American environmental lawyer and author known for promoting anti-vaccine propaganda and conspiracy theories. [1] [2] [3] Kennedy is a son of U.S. senator Robert F. Kennedy and a nephew of President John F. Kennedy. He helped found the non-profit environmental group Waterkeeper Alliance in 1999 and has served as the president of its board.

  11. Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy - Wikipedia

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    On June 5, 1968, shortly after midnight, Robert F. Kennedy was shot by Sirhan Sirhan at the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. He was pronounced dead at 1:44 a.m. PDT the following day. Kennedy was a senator from New York and a candidate in the 1968 Democratic Party presidential primaries. On June 4, 1968, he won the California and South Dakota primary elections.