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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a fly on the wall as history is being made? In Life on a Road Less Traveled, author Loudell Insley takes you into a world seldom seen by outsiders, recounting her personal experiences working with Senators Edward M. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy during the latter’s presidential campaign. Insley worked for Senator Edward M. Kennedy from 1965 to 1970, a time when he was in the twin shadows of his more famous brothers. She was there as he grew to become a force in the US Senate. On loan to Robert F. Kennedy during his presidential campaign, Insley traveled with the candidate on his ill-fated western swing during his1968 campaign and was there on the day of his tragic assassination. She attended his state funeral as well. She muses about taking a path in life that was not originally set for her in the 1960s and how that shaped her life. When her time with the Kennedys ended, she moved on to a position in the press office of the Peace Corps and then with the Democratic National Committee during the time of the Watergate break-in. She eventually moved back home in Maryland to live and work, but her time serving during some of the most historic times in this country set her on a path that few would have the opportunity to travel.

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