Tag: John F. Kennedy
Kennedy 50 years later: Memories of a political writer
by Len Lazarick | November 21, 2013 | News | 1 |
I feel compelled to add my own little stream of memory to the flood of recollections surrounding the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination Friday. Surely many under 55 must marvel at the way their elders hold onto this event and this flawed man.Read More
After 48 years in Annapolis, Stone is hoping for another Senate term
In 1960, Norman Stone was so inspired by a young politician named John F. Kennedy that he worked on Kennedy’s campaign. In 1962, when a judge ruled that Maryland needed more members of the House of Delegates to accurately represent the people of the state, Stone threw his hat in the ring to fill one of the new seats.
The Dundalk Democrat from District 6 has been in Annapolis ever since – nearly a half century — and is the longest serving member of the legislature.Read More
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