Robert F. Kennedy: The Appeal of Populism

Robert F. Kennedy in 1964

Robert F. Kennedy died 50 years ago today while he was running for President; he was gunned down by an assassin moments after the celebration of his victory in the California primary.

Today’s two-diagram Quip-Find puzzle features something Kennedy, as the U. S. Attorney General, said on May 6, 1964 while he was speaking to law students at the University of Pennsylvania. He was talking about the about the appeal of populist candidates — in particularly, Alabama Governor George C. Wallace, who was running for President at the time.  (Difficulty: ★★★.)

(For suggestions on how to solve this puzzle, click on “How to Solve Quip-FindTMPuzzles” in the drop-down menu under “Guide to the Puzzles” / “Quip-FindTMPuzzles” above.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now you try to create the puzzle above: After you know the two parts of the answer, try to hide each part in Quipto® diagram. (Difficulty: (1) ★★; (2) ★★★.)

(For suggestions on how to solve this puzzle, click on “How to Solve Quip-BildTMPuzzles” in the drop-down menu under “Guide to the Puzzles” / “Quip-BildTMPuzzles” above.)

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