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They arrived in Washington about the same time during the early postwar years: Kennedy as the young Congressman from Massachusetts ; ;
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They and Washington
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They deliberately crashed it into the Pentagon near Washington, D. C., killing all 59 people on board plus the hijackers, as well as 125 people in the building.
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