Author:John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy
35th and youngest elected President of the United States (1961 – 1963), with Lyndon Johnson, succeeding Dwight Eisenhower; succeeded by Johnson. Democratic Senator from Massachusetts (1953 - 1960), House Representative from Massachusetts (1947 - 1953). Navy Lieutenant (1941 - 1945).
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy


Senatorial speeches[edit]

  • The Jesuit Ivy, (13 June 1956, Commencement Address at Boston College)

Campaign speeches[edit]

Presidential debates[edit]

Inaugural address[edit]

State of the Union addresses[edit]

Addresses to the United Nations General Assembly[edit]

Presidential speeches[edit]

Presidential press conferences[edit]


Executive Orders[edit]

National Security Action Memorandums[edit]

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