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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy makes fresh revelations about his state of mind after Chappaquiddick in a 532-page memoir, "True Compass," to be published posthumously Sept. 14. He calls his behavior "inexcusable" and admits that he made "terrible decisions" at that time.
Kennedy drew on notes in a personal journal he kept for almost 50 years, beginning with his brother John F. Kennedy's 1960 presidential campaign. He also relied on interviews conducted for a five-year oral history project by the University of Virginia.
Originally posted by nixie_nox
I must say I am interested in reading the story actually, and to hear in more detail what he says on it. Though I do believe he is guilty in trying to cover it up. But I think it is a reaction many in that position suffer.