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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Few men have been enigmas at the level of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
The Department of State pays tribute to the memory and legacy of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy on the centennial of his birth in Brookline, Massachusetts in 1917.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, one of America's beloved presidents, was assassinated 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.
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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.
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.
One of his oil paintings, a portrait of John F 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.
In 1963 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was brutally gunned down in Dallas, Texas.
POLITICIAN John Fitzgerald Kennedy announced he would run for the American presidency.
The establishment's biggest claim to fame had been hosting John Fitzgerald Kennedy prior to his election as President.