JFK speechwriter and counselor Theodore C. Sorensen dies

The man who collaborated with John F. Kennedy on many of the greatest speeches of the 20th century died Sunday from complications arising from a stroke. “Of all those before and since who have served any American president, none has been given greater credit for his contributions to an administration or its legacy than Mr. Sorensen,” said The Washington Post . “Long after his days at the right hand of power had ended, historians said no one had more influence on a president’s message or…

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