Robert Francis Kennedy was born on 20th November 1925, the seventh child of Joseph and Rose Kennedy. Raised within the same wealthy, competitive environment as his elder brother, John F Kennedy, his exclusive schooling included Harvard and the University of Virginia school of Law, where he completed his degree in 1951. “Visibly devastated at the loss of his brother, Kennedy left the Cabinet to run for the position of New York Senator in 1964.” Following his law degree, he managed the successful political campaign that saw his brother elected as a United States Senator.
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