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Theodore C. Sorensen (AP Photo)
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August 05, 2020

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November 24, 2017
Mr. Sorensen did a brilliant job with JFK in articulating the vision both men shared. He must rank as one of best speechwriters and counselors to ever serve in the White House. I enjoyed his books, and he will be missed. He did so much to help JFK persuade Americans and the world to do the right.
February 6, 2017
July 23, 2011
My deepest condolences, What an amazing man, it is a trmendous loss to this country. I feel your pain, as I felt the pain he felt at the loss of JFK. My hope is that they are reunited again.
v. Bender
January 2, 2011
I had the rare privilege of meeting Mr. Sorensen in May of 2008. I had flown from Denver just to hear him speak at a special event at the JFK library. He signed copies of his last book. As I approached him I asked him if I could "shake the hand that shook the hand." He smiled and said "how sweet" and shook my hand. He talked to me a few more minutes. It was one of the highlights of my life. It was the closest I would ever come to meeting John Kennedy. I admire Mr. Sorensen and all that he did to take the office of the President to a higher level. His words will continue to live on.
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