Watch the Community DiscussionPart of Vermont Public Television's Community Cinema film showing and discussion series. Films discussed are aired on PBS' The American Experience. This discussion centers around Part 2 of a 2-part documentary about the Kennedy's life leading up to the presidency. A three-member panel discusses the documentary. They are:
Sen. Bill Doyle, Washington County Senator and Professor of History at Johnson State College; Jack McCullough, Staff Attorney with Vermont Legal Aid, and Washington County Chair of the Vermont Democratic Party; Nat Frothingham, Editor of the Montpelier Bridge newspaper.
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