The Kennedy Campaign the Kennedys Don’t Want to See

From a story on by Lisa Kashinsky headlined “The Kennedy campaign the Kennedys don’t want to see”:

John F. Kennedy harnessed the nation’s ambition in his moonshot speech in Houston. Robert F. Kennedy channeled its grief after his brother’s assassination two years later. Ted Kennedy quoted from “Ulysses” in defense of the liberal movement at Madison Square Garden.

And then, on Wednesday, came Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the family’s black sheep — rallying government conspiracy theorists, vaccine skeptics and Republicans from across the country as he launched his quixotic campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.