Vault Home Theodore Chaikin Sorensen

Theodore Chaikin Sorensen

Theodore “Ted” Chaiken Sorensen (1928-2010) was a lawyer and speechwriter best known for his long association with the Kennedy family. He served as special counsel to President John F. Kennedy and later as an advisor to Senator Ted Kennedy. This release consists of files ranging from 1948-1998, including several background investigations conducted when the White House nominated Sorensen for various appointed positions such as the Director of Central Intelligence in 1977.

Vault Links
null

FOIA Home

Vault Home

Search Vault

Recently Added

A-Z Index

Categories( click to retract )

- Administrative Policy Procedures
Anti-War
Bureau Personnel
Civil Rights
Counterterrorism
Foreign Counterintelligence
Fugitives
Gangs Extremist Groups
Gangster Era
Hot Topics
Miscellaneous
Organizations
Organized Crime
Political Figures Events
Popular Culture
Public Corruption
Supreme Court
Unexplained Phenomenon
World War II
Violent Crime

Check Status of Your FOI/PA Request

Explanation of FOI/PA Exemptions