Posthumous Kennedy memoir: Senator felt fear, remorse for Chappaquiddick
Ted Kennedy wrote he was 'satisfied' with Warren Commission report on brother's assassination; he writes about former 'self-destructive drinking'
In the memoir, Sen. Edward Kennedy says his actions on Chappaquiddick on July 18, 1969, were "inexcusable." He says he was afraid and "made terrible decisions" and had to live with the guilt for more than four decades.
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