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Eunice Kennedy Shriver - Further Information

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FURTHER INFORMATION

Books

Dinn, Sheila. Hearts of Gold: A Celebration of Special Olympics and Its Heroes. Woodbridge, CT: Blackbirch Press, Inc., 1996.

Encyclopedia of World Biography Supplement, Vol. 19. Detroit: The Gale Group, 1999.

Gilbert, Nancy. The Special Olympics. Mankato, MN:Creative Education, Inc., 1990.

Kennedy, Mike. Special Olympics. Children's Press, 2002.

Periodicals

"CAN-Do Spirit at Benefit for Autism." Washington Times, (July 5, 2002).

"Coin to Honor Special Olympics Founder Shriver." Minneapolis Star, (February 8, 1995): 2A.

Green, Michelle. "Up front: Eunice Shriver's Olympian Friends on the Playing Fields of Notre Dame, a Legion of Retarded Athletes Learn What it Means to Win." People, (August 17, 1987): 30.

Harrar, Sari. "At the Finish." Record, (August 4, 1991): I01.

"Juanita Kreps Award Presentation." Dallas Morning News, (November 17, 1999): 6R.

Mizejewski, Gerald. "Shriver's Mansion Burns; $600,000 in Damage Estimated." Washington Times, (June 10, 1999): C3.

"People." International Herald Tribune, (December 16, 2000).

Rainie, Harrison. "The Most Lasting Kennedy Legacy." U.S. News & World Report. (November 15, 1993): 44-47.

Rankin, Margaret. "Best Buddies has One in Ethel Kennedy." Washington Times, (October 27, 1999): C8.

"Retarded Children Deserve Life, Too." Record, (August 15, 1991): B06.

Schwarzbaum, Lisa. "Clan Destinies Laurence Leamer Chronicles Several Generations of the Female Side of the Kennedy Dynasty, Which Stoically Kept the Faith Despite Heartbreak and Tragedy." Entertainment Weekly, (August 12, 1994): 48.

Skow, John. "Heroism, Hugs and Laughter Special games for Courageous Spirits and Generous Hearts." Time. (August 17, 1987): 60.

Swift, E. M. "They Came Up Roses the Athletes at the Special Olympics for the Mentally Retarded Couldn't All Win Gold Medals, but the Hope and Joy They Brought to South Bend Made Them Champions in a Much Larger Scene." Sports Illustrated. (August 17, 1987): 38.

Williams, Jeannie. "Special Olympics Goes North to Alaska." USA Today, (January 10, 2001): 02D.

Other

"Bushes Honor 'Special Olympians' at Black-Tie White House Dinner." AP Worldstream. (December 14, 2001).

"Bushes Host Kennedys in Special Olympics Event." Reuters. (December 13, 2001).

Droschak, David. "Special Olympians Close Out Games." AP Online. (July 5, 1999).

"Eunice Kennedy Shriver." Vol. 5, Contemporary Women's Issues Database, (December 1, 1998): 18.

Gray, Kevin. "Angels: Best of Buddies Anthony Shriver's Program for the Mentally Disabled Encourages People to Stop Staring and Start Sharing." AP World stream. (December 3, 2002).

"Remarks Honoring Eunice Kennedy Shriver at the Special Olympics Dinner." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents. (December 21, 1998): 2500. Thomas, Bob.

"Shrivers Produce TV Movie on Mary." AP Online. (November 13, 1999).

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