Known as the "Lion of the Senate," we counted on Ted to fight for fairness in the workplace and serve as a voice for those whose labor makes this country great.
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I arranged for Placido Domingo, the great tenor, to sing to Ted Kennedy on his 72nd B-day. Of course, Teddy loved to sing and joined in two-part harmony. He had a great baritone.
The broad, welcoming grin, the twinkle in the eye and the mirth I remembered were there, but our group was treated to something entirely different.
The following is the transcript of Senator Edward Kennedy's speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
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