Much has been written about the relationship between Obama and the young. But there is a less well-known, more complicated and still unfinished romance between the President and the baby boomers he unexpectedly swept off our feet in 2008.
Whether filtered by an archivist, historian, editor, screenwriter, actor or director, perspective on the life of another person is ultimately subjective - and there's no group of people more highly susceptible to the subjective than the presidents.
When the new Congress convenes and Rhode Island's Patrick J. Kennedy enters private life, it will be the first time in sixty-four years that a Kennedy is not serving in the United States Congress. So is the political fable really over?