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On Saturday, Senator Edward Kennedy will be buried in Virginia near the gravesites of his slain brothers, President John Kennedy and Senator Robert Kennedy. Senator Kennedy will be buried among America's heroes on the grounds of Arlington National Cemetery. On a quiet Virginia hillside Wednesday, visitors streamed past the existing Kennedy graves of Robert, John, Jacqueline, and President Kennedy's infant children. They paid their respects to a family that has given much over the years. Patrick Madden reports...

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