Here are links to help recall the life of Senator Ted Kennedy and to look ahead to the battles still to be fought and won.
(Above–Ted Kennedy running for the Senate in 1962.)
Ted Kennedy represented Massachusetts in the Senate for 46 years. Here is the link to the Art & History page of the U.S. Senate web home. If you look around, you’ll learn a lot. It’s a site to bookmark and visit many times.
Health care was Senator Kennedy’s leading cause. Here is the White House Health care reform web home. President Obama and the Democratic majorities in Congress must keep faith with Senator Kennedy’s lifelong work for health care for all.
Here is the web page of Physicians for A National Health Program. This group supports single payer national health insurance. This is the public option that has been in the news.
The American Prospect and The Nation are good liberal magazines. These magazines are strong resources to learn about many of the causes Senator Kennedy fought for and to renew your own commitment to political liberalism.
To win the fights still to come, we need leaders like Senator Kennedy and we need the hard work of average citizens.
( Below–Senator Kennedy in the 1990′s.)