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Obama reaches across decades to JFK; Kennedy speechwriter touts Illinois senator as 'only serious candidate for president'
[Chicagoland Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Candidates; Politics; Presidential elections
Author: Dorning, Mike
Date: Oct 4, 2007
Start Page: 6
Section: News
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[Barack Obama] echoed that theme throughout the day, arguing that his foreign policy views follow in the tradition of Kennedy. And he noted in closing that "I wouldn't be here if, time and again, the torch had not been passed to a new generation," a signature phrase from Kennedy's inaugural address that [Theodore Sorensen] wrote.

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