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- proper noun uncountable The
political philosophyassociated with the US president John F. Kennedy.
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It is a philosophical challenge between the DLC Clintonism and liberal Kennedyism.
While the Kennedys seem thankfully to be finished in politics, what about Kennedyism?
What faithful Catholic did not ponder late Tuesday night that the election of Scott Brown to the "Kennedy seat" was God's judgment on Kennedyism.
Kennedyism being the proposition that one may defend the sick and the poor in some circumstances but in other circumstances support their deliberate killing.
Paterson didn't just reject Caroline Kennedy, he rejected Kennedyism in all its phases - as a dynasty, a policy movement,
It’s a struggle between pragmatic Clintonism and liberal Kennedyism.
Father ")" the election of Scott Brown to the "Kennedy seat" was God's judgment on Kennedyism. "