Ted Kennedy Quote

Violence is an admission that one's ideas and goals cannot prevail on their own merits.


speech, June 10, 1970, in Thomas P. Collins and Louis M. Savary, eds., A People of Compassion: The Concerns of Edward Kennedy [1972]

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Violence is an admission that one's ideas and goals cannot prevail on their own merits.

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Violence is an admission that one's ideas and goals cannot prevail on their own merits.

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Violence is an admission that one's ideas and goals cannot prevail on their own merits.

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Violence is an admission that one's ideas and goals cannot prevail on their own merits.