Bobby Kennedy: 50 Years On
Robert Kennedy’s life and politics, and his presidential campaign of 1968, continue to fascinate. Some questions never go away: would the world have been that different if he hadn’t been assassinated? Why do so many people in so many parts of the world still look to his brief career for inspiration? Who killed him? And in a world of Trump, of #blacklivesmatter and international proxy wars, what relevance does he have for today?
Author Brian Dooley discusses these questions.
Organized by Féile Debates and Discussions Committee