John F. Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts. He was the second son of nine children, born into a family of great wealth and politics. His father Joseph P. Kennedy, a multimillionaire business executive financer along with his wife Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. Joseph also served in the Massachusetts Legislature. John was a child that had grown up in politics; their family was known for their wealth and also a long history in political and public service.
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Jeni Sacklow Mr. Lynch APUSH J.F.K. : three letters recognizable by almost every American. Behind those three letters lies the legacy of one of the most memorable presidents in American History – John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The youngest man to ever be elected president, John F. Kennedy left his mark on America during his unusually short duration in office. In those 1,036 days as President of the United States, J.F.K.
Bill of Rights Institute John F Kennedy’s Inaugural Address Bill of Rights Institute Comments. Bill of Rights Institute, n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2014. Kennedy, John F. "Inaugural Address of President John F.