DEMOCRATS: I Know I Cannot Run Now'

Speculation popped up last week that Senator Edward Kennedy might make himself available for a draft at the Democratic Convention. TIME National Political Correspondent Robert Ajemian spent several days with Kennedy to determine how he views his future. Writes Ajemian:

His large Virginia home was dark at 9:30 p.m., and Ted Kennedy, in a denim shirt and slacks, sat alone in the high-ceilinged library. He looked ruddy, handsome and, with his thick legs and arms, somewhat burly. The house was totally silent. In front of him on the glass table was his attache case, opened up and spilling over with...

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