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    in the world has a family that has had some sort of influence in its nation, whether the family is royal or political. In the recent past till present day, one family has influenced our country. They have shaped and impacted the United States in several different ways. What family in our nations history has done this? I am speaking about the Kennedy family. For many years and generations, the Kennedy family has been involved in the United States government from Joseph P. Kennedy in the Roaring 20’s

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    John F. Kennedy

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    America, John Fitzgerald Kennedy remains the youngest man ever elected to the office of Chief Executive, and the youngest man to die while still fulfilling his duties. Serving as America's President, John F. Kennedy held his office for 1000 days, dying November 22nd, 1963, assassinated at the age of 46. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29th, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts, the second son of nine children of the wealthy Roman Catholic Kennedy family. Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Kennedy's father, was

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    performed. So it was no surprise when the U.S. decided to launch a mission to moon back in 1961. Nonetheless, John F. Kennedy had been the current president at the time in which he delivered the famous “We Choose to go to the Moon” speech. The type of format he used to deliver his speech was encouraging to his audience. In the “We Choose to go to the Moon” speech John F. Kennedy used anaphora, parallelism, and metonymy to encourage his audience that traveling to the moon was the right thing for the

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    childhood, with a life threatening disease that could kill him all thought his child But it started all on his birth. JFK was born on May 29, 1917 in the state of brookline, massachusetts, United States. His parents gave him the name John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Throughout his life he suffered from chronic stomach disorders, recurrent venereal disease, debilitating back problems, common and severe allergic reactions. All the time he had Addison’s disease. Addison’s disease is the not working adrenal glands

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    An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963 John F. Kennedy, also known as Jack, was born on May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts to Rose and Joseph Kennedy. Growing up, John was the second of four boys and was constantly competing with Joe Jr., his older brother, for attention. Especially when his mother would dress him and his older brother alike. John attended private school in New York but was not able to go to school everyday like other students due to his illnesses. In the 1930s,

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    Public Servant. Bootlegger. Philanthropist. Swindler. Family man. Philanderer. As one of the nation’s wealthiest businessmen, a World War I development executive, a controversial diplomat, and father to one of America’s most memorable and influential families, Joseph Kennedy certainly lived a full life and created an incredible legacy for the generations of Americans following him. “Had Joseph P. Kennedy not been the patriarch of America’s first family, his story would still be worth telling. That he

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    Caroline Kennedy: Camelot’s Last Heiress

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    adversity throughout her life; Caroline Kennedy has become a productive person in her own right. The Kennedys’ Camelot has been renowned for many years; Caroline Kennedy is no exception. People are very curious about Caroline Kennedy, her family both past and present. Her accomplishments are also very interesting, and she continues to intrigue many. Muller states, Caroline Bouvier Kennedy, daughter of 35th U.S. President John Fitzgerald and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, was born in New York on November

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    Essay On Down Syndrome

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    corner of the eyes, depressed nasal bridge, slightly smaller ears, smal... ... middle of paper ... ... in positive ways, particularly during adolescence. Treatments might include going to a behavioral specialist and taking medications.(Eunice kennedy shriver national institute of child health and human development) There is no specific treatment for down syndrome. A child born with a gastrointestinal blockage may need major surgery immediately after birth. Or a Certain heart defect may require

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    Ted Kennedy was born, Edward Moore Kennedy in Boston, Massachusetts on February 22nd, 1932 (200 years later of George Washington’s birth). Ted Kennedy was the youngest of 9. Ted grew up in a privileged, Irish Catholic family. Rose Fitzgerald, his mother, also the daughter of Boston’s mayor, John “ Honey Fitz” Fitzgerald. Joseph P. Kennedy, his father was a millionaire businessman and held many important posts in and out of government. The family moved a lot do to the Joseph’s post. By the age of

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    John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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    JFK John Fitzgerald Kennedy (Jack) was born in Brooklyn Massachusetts on May 29, 1917, to Joseph Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald, who were the children of Patrick Kennedy and John Fitzgerald (Honey Fitz), whose parents both emigrated from Ireland in 1858. Honey Fitz was governor of Boston and served on the House of Representatives. Both men were influential in politics. Joseph and Rose Kennedy had nine children: Joseph Jr., John, Rosemary, Kathleen, Eunice, Patricia, Robert, Jean, and Edward

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