John Fitzgerald Kennedy


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Noun1.John Fitzgerald Kennedy - 35th President of the United StatesJohn Fitzgerald Kennedy - 35th President of the United States; established the Peace Corps; assassinated in Dallas (1917-1963)
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Inspired by search for peace and justice by 1960's world leaders including President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., World Peace is an anthology of songs by a variety of talented music artists championing the causes of peace, tolerance, and love for one's fellow human beings.
The JFK Arboretum and Memorial Park is dedicated to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and is a tree collection of international standing.
One of the prized volumes in the museum is "The Inaugural Address of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, President of the United States which was delivered at the Capitol in Washington D.C.
In his inaugural address to his global audience in 1960, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy of the United States of America described poverty as a long-term enemy man that had to be tackled pragmatically with ideas that put the greater number of people in greater amount of comfort, happiness and peace.
Many of us impressionable 13-year-olds couldn't help but wonder if this country known as the United States of America was being torn asunder.<br />Five years earlier, we had experienced the official end of our innocence when President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was gunned down in Dallas.
Few men have been enigmas at the level of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. One of his most endearing contributions has been the establishment of the United States Peace Corps.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, one of America's beloved presidents, was assassinated&nbsp;on Nov.
After opposing John Fitzgerald Kennedy for the presidential nomination in 1960, he fully committed himself to Kennedy in the general election, and helped sway New York's liberals and Jewish voters to line up behind the Massachusetts Catholic.
One of the most famous was with John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK).
It was said by a man named John Fitzgerald Kennedy, and it says, "Ask not what your country can do for you- but what you can do for your country." Thank you for your sacrifice, your service, and your willingness to protect our great nation.
Kennedy, was accepted for a joint research project by the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, to study the extent and nature of President Kennedy's influence on paintings, sculpture, drawings, graphics and illustrations.