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    From the editor: The Kennedy Institute

    With the opening of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, steps from the JFK Library, Columbia Point can make a case as a political hall of fame.

    Note to readers: The two brothers were as close as brothers can be. So it makes sense that their political legacies will live on right next to each other. With the opening of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, steps from the JFK Library, Columbia Point can make a case as a political hall of fame. This special section, with an essay by one of Ted Kennedy’s closest friends and Senate colleagues, Vice President Joe Biden, an interview with the man who designed the programs visitors will use, and a feature on the torchbearers carrying Kennedy’s legacy, is, like the institute itself, meant to educate, inform, and entertain. -- Doug Most, deputy managing editor, special sections and new initiatives

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