National Affairs: THE YOUNG PROS

The Democratic old pros looked back in wonder last week to try to figure how Jack Kennedy did it. Chief reason was the band of young pros around him. Key men among them: Robert Francis Kennedy, 34. Hard-driving Bobby graduated from Harvard ('48), played varsity end, dallied briefly with journalism as Palestine war correspondent for the Boston Post before entering the University of Virginia law school ('51). He managed Jack's Senate campaign in 1952, then joined Senator Joe McCarthy's investigations subcommittee and feuded constantly with equally quick-tempered Chief Counsel Roy Cohn. Appointed counsel of the Senate rackets committee in 1957, he...

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