K. Dun Gifford founded Boston-based Oldways Preservation Trust, the widely respected nonprofit food issues think tank, in 1988 because he believed it was important to get Americans to return to their traditional food patterns. Prior to that, this witness to history started a cookie company with Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., put Sirhan Sirhan in a headlock following the shooting of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, was a survivor of the sinking of the Andrea Doria, was the first Kennedy aide on ...

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