Nation: THE POLITICS OF RESTORATION

THEY pronounce his boyish name with fear and derision or else with adoration and awe. To many enemies, he is more his father's son than his brother's brother. Indeed, it was old Joe himself who observed, "He hates just like I do." By this reckoning, Robert Kennedy is the spoiled dynast, reclaiming the White House as a legacy from the man he regards as a usurper. Yet to many who have worked closely with him, Bobby is like Jack, pragmatic and perceptive, tempered by history. Says Urbanologist...

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