I am confused...
【Thus the Vice President's problems were not of his making. They were institutional; as any of his thirty-six predecessors in the office could have told him, they came with the territory. Unrealistically, Kennedy looked to him to take a strong hand on the Hill. This meant more than liaison. Larry O'Brien, the President's Special Assistant in charge of legislative liaison, provided enough of it for the entire Afro-Asian bloc. What the Chief Executive really wanted was a Vice President who could act as though he were still a majority leader, and that was impossible; it couldn't work. In the early Kennedy days Washington's press corps had briefly assumed that the performance might be a success. It was a failure, though not of will, as the President came to conclude.】
1.what does " Kennedy looked to him to take a strong hand on the Hill." mean? does "look to" mean "wish"? "the Hill" mean "Capitol Hill"? and what does "take a storng hand" mean?
2.what does "This meant more than liaison." mean? they are talking about "liaison?" I really didn't get it.
3." provided enough of it" I wonder, enought of "what"??