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Sargent Shriver

DIED Sargent Shriver, who died Jan. 18 at 95, was one of America's most creative social inventors since Benjamin Franklin. He was the founding director of the...

10 Questions.

From career journalist to First Lady of California, this best-selling author and member of the Kennedy clan has written a new book, Just Who Will You Be? Maria...

Nation: Into the Stratosphere

For as long as hot air holds out, there will be trial balloons in U.S. politics. The device is especially useful in the vice-presidential area. In his 1960...

Nation: Job Security?

Like any normal, healthy Kennedy kinsman, the President's brother-in-law, Sargent Shriver, has political ambitions. Having successfully launched the Peace...

Politics: A Family Matter

U.S. Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver, President Kennedy's brother-in-law, has political ambitions, would like to run for Governor of Illinois or mayor...

The Peace Corps: Yankee, Don't Go Home!

"Sargent Shriver," said Washington wags last week, "is only a corporal now." Shriver had not exactly been demoted, since he had been pleading for six months...

The Nation: Shriver Unchained

If the rest of George McGovern's campaign had gotten off to a halting start, Vice Presidential Candidate Sargent Shriver was already bringing an early New...

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