Joseph P. Kennedy

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Joseph P. Kennedy

A 20th-century American businessman and politician. After making a fortune in investing, Kennedy was appointed the first chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission in 1934, serving until the following year. He later became the U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom. He was the father of a number of prominent American politicians, notably President John F. Kennedy. He lived from 1888 to 1969.
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PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has expressed sadness over the passing of former Senator Joseph Kennedy Waku.
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The scene: It was the spring of 1951 and journalist Charles Bartlett, a pal of Kennedy, and his wife, Mary, had decided -- with the help of behind-the-scenes machinations by Kennedy family patriarch Joseph Kennedy -- to throw a dinner party at the modest redbrick rowhouse on Q Street NW that they were renting.
Representative Joseph Kennedy III, a politician with a very well-known name but relatively little prominence outside of his home state of Massachusetts, delivered the Democratic rebuttal to President Donald Trump's state of the union address on Tuesday (January 30) night.
In the first episode, the troops prepare to say goodbye to outgoing Captain Page (Joseph Kennedy), who is having a torrid affair with Alison.
After Kennedy was born, his father Joseph Kennedy Sr.
Isolationism is defined not by Wapshott but by the words and machinations of Joseph Kennedy (Roosevelt's ambassador to Great Britain) and Lindbergh.