Roundup August 2009

On the Death of Ted Kennedy

A sampling of Atlantic.com reactions and commentary by James Fallows, Joshua Green, Marc Ambinder, and others
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Sen. Ted Kennedy is dead
By Marc Ambinder

"He Kept on Going"
By James Fallows

The Senate after Kennedy
By Joshua Green

Why Ted Kennedy Was the Last of His Kind
By Ronald Brownstein

The End of Patriarchy?
By Nicole Allan

Becoming Ted Kennedy
By Nicole Allan

Will Kennedy's Death Affect Health Care Reform?
By Max Fisher

Who Will Succeed Kennedy?
By Benjamin F. Carlson

The Chappaquiddick Legacy
By Justin Miller

First Reactions to Sen. Kennedy's Passing
By Mara Gay

If You Can't Say Anything Nice
By Max Fisher

Kennedy's Overlooked Accomplishments
By Justin Miller

Kennedy's Greatest Achievements
By Max Fisher

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