On June 5, 1968, Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was fatally shot in Los Angeles. Just two months earlier, he delivered the news of Dr. King’s assassination to a crowd in Indianapolis.
After an assassin's bullet took his brother's life, Robert F. Kennedy was bereft, not only of someone he loved, but of a role that had given meaning to his life.
It's one of the tantalizing questions in American history: what if Robert Kennedy had not been assassinated?
Four adversaries dogged RFK: Communism, Fidel Castro, Jimmy Hoffa, and Lyndon B. Johnson.