"In Ted Kennedy’s best-selling memoir, True Compass, he even comes across as emotionally intelligent—a quality the Kennedy men have never been noted for. If he became the best of the Kennedy brothers, that’s because he became a feminist." That's the thesis of a piece I wrote for Slate.com's sister site, Double X.com. The title: "Ted Kennedy, Feminist Icon? His Second Marriage Saved Him From Himself." Read it here.