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    History Kennedy

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    I. Kennedy and The Cold War A.The Election of 1960- As President Eisenhower's 2nd term drew to a close, a mood of restlessness arose among voters. 1.Kennedy and The Canidate-Kennedy intered the race with a well-organized campain, the backing of his large family, and a handsome look and charisma that appealed to voters. 2.Televised Debate- a milestone of the campain was the 1st televised debate ever between presidental canididates. 3.Kennedy and the King-Hearing of King's arrest, Kennedy called King's

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    Kennedy

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    term is 31 days and the longest presidential term is 4,422 days served by William Henry Harrison and Franklin D. Roosevelt, respectively. After election, every president in US history has presented an inaugural address. On January 20, 1961, John F. Kennedy made his inaugural address to a group of people in the freezing cold. Kennedy’s speech served to unite the people against poverty, tyranny, and disease and to gain support for world peace. In John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address he achieved his purpose

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    The man was born Edward Kennedy Ellington; but he exists in the eyes of American culture as the Duke. He received the nickname from a childhood friend who recognized his style and debonair. That style would carry him around the country and eventually the world as one of the music world’s most prolific composers. His life began in Washington DC on April 29, 1899. Duke did not start up as a child prodigy; while he took piano lessons, he leaned more to sports in his formative years. His parents were

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    Kennedy

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    afraid of its people.” - John F Kennedy. February 26, 1962 What led up to John F. Kennedy’s assassination? There were many events that helped lead up to President Kennedy’s assassination. Some were good things, like the Peace Corps, and how he would always find ways to help people, and project Apollo. But there were also some bad things, like how no matter what Kennedy did, nobody followed his “rule” that everyone should be treated as equal and the same. Kennedy was one of the youngest, most famous

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    John F. Kennedy

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    John F. Kennedy John F. Kennedy was one of the greatest presidents of the twentieth century. He united almost the entire nation under a common goal; the Moon. His charisma could turn skeptics into believers, and strengthen the bond between himself and his supporters. He had so much charisma because he used many rhetorical devices in his speeches, the same rhetorical devices that have been wooing crowds of people since the time of Rome. One of his most memorable speeches he gave was at Rice

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    Although President Kennedy wasn’t in office for very long, his actions in and out of the whitehouse are legendary. When President Kennedy took the oath of office in 1960 he wasted no time in cleaning up America. Several bills were enacted in President Kennedy’s tenor. A lot of the major ones had to do with crime control. A lot of President Kennedy’s bills were targeted at organized crime. Bill S1653 was singed into action on September 13 1961. This was an interstate travel bill. The bill made it

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    Kennedy Controversy

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    The Kennedy Controversy November 22, 1963, is a day that will forever live in the minds of those who lived that day, and fascinate younger generations to follow. On this date in history one of America’s most prestigious, well-known and respected presidents was shot and killed by an assassin’s bullet. This single act sent shock waves that paralyzed the country and other nations. Eyes were turned to the United States as everyone held his or her collective breath wondering what was going to happen next

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    Kennedy Assassination

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    “President Kennedy was dead. I stopped by a giant live oak tree on the vast front lawn of Parkland Hospital and cried." As this reporter said, people everywhere were distraught when they heard that President Kennedy had been assassinated. News reporters from other countries flew in, called up, and sent letters back to tell the people in their country what had happened and to give advice to the Dallas Police Station. Everyone everywhere was upset by this tragic loss. People were sent home from work

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    John F. Kennedy

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    John F. Kennedy John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 in the Boston suburb of Brookline. Kennedy was the son of Joseph P. Kennedy a formerambassador to Great Britain. Kennedy was much like his father, possesing a delightful sense of humor, a strong family loyalty, a concern for the state of the nation, endless vitality and a constant air of confidence no matter how dire the situation In 1946, Kennedy ran successfully for a Boston-based seat in the U.S. House of Representatives; he was

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    Nixon Kennedy

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    The Kennedy-Nixon debate changed how many people thought, and changed the future of politics in general. Richard Nixon was an older man who had a lot more experience than Kennedy. Richard Nixon was the Vice President at the time, and he also served more than one term in the U.S Senate. John Kennedy was a young, lively man who wasn’t as well known as Nixon. He was the senator of Massachusetts, and that's it. People thought right away Nixon would win, but that wasn’t the case. The first Kennedy-Nixon

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