So Kunin's "good argument" is threefold:
1. Kennedy's a woman (which apparently isn't enough for Kunin to argue on the behalf of Carolyn Maloney or Kirsten Gillibrand, to whom she offers only a perfunctory collective reference).
2. Kennedy is rich.
3. Kunin's perceived public need to enforce affirmative action among the Kennedy family itself.
I hope somebody has got a more sapient argument on Kennedy's behalf than this.
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