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  1. The Saturday Evening Post: December 14, 1963 : Cover Story: John F. Kennedy 1917-1963 by Clay (editor) blair, 1963
  2. An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963 by Robert Dallek, 2003-12-01
  3. John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963 From Boyhood to President to Martyr by Lifetime Heritage Inc, 1964-01-01
  4. LIFEMagazine -November 29, 1963 -President John F. Kennedy 1917-1963 by Time Inc., 1963-11-29
  5. John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963 A Memorial Album - Vinyl LP by John F. Kennedy, 1964
  6. The Saturday Evening Post: December 14, 1963 : Cover Story: John F. Kennedy 1917-1963 by Clay (editor) blair, 1963
  7. Fine Typed Letter. by John F. (1917 - 1963) KENNEDY, 1963
  8. Exceedingly Rare Autographed Pamphlet by John F. (1917 - 1963) KENNEDY, 1963
  9. An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy 1917-1963
  10. A Tribute to John F. Kennedy 1917-1963 by Pierre; Vanocur, Sander Salinger, 1964-01-01
  11. LIFE Magazine-November29, 1963-PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY COVER ILLUSTRATION 1917-1963
  12. Quotations of John F Kennedy (Great American Quote Books) by John F Kennedy, John Kennedy, 2008-06-16
  13. REASONABLE DOUBT.An Investigation into the Assassination of John F. Kennedy. by John Fitzgerald.1917 - 1963].Hurt, Henry. [Kennedy, 1985
  14. Prelude to Leadership: The European Diary of John F. Kennedy : Summer 1945 by John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1997-05-01

Text based version of the last will and testament of JFK.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JOHN F. KENNEDY I, JOHN F. KENNEDY, married, and residing in the City of Boston, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, and mindful of the uncertainty of life, do hereby make, publish and declare this to be my Last Will and Testament. FIRST I hereby revoke any and all other Wills, Testaments, and Codicils heretofore made by me. SECOND I direct that all of my just debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon after my decease as may be convenient. THIRD I give and bequeath unto my wife, JACQUELINE B. KENNEDY, if she survives me, the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand ($25,000.00) Dollars, together with all of my personal effects, furniture, furnishings, silverware, dishes, china, glassware and linens, which I may own at the time of my death. FOURTH During my life, I have made substantial contributions to divers charities, causes and institutions of all faiths, both individuallly and through The Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation, which was established in honor of my late beloved brother. I am certain that the contributions which I and other members of my family have made to the Foundation will be applied after my death without bias or discrimination to the fulfillment of the Foundation's eleemosynary purposes. FIFTH I hereby direct my Executors to divide into two equal shares all of the rest, residue and remainder of my property, real, personal, and of any nature whatsoever and whersoever situate, of which I shall die seized and possessed, and to which I shall be entitled at the time of my death, including without limitation any gifts and bequests heretofore made by me which may fail or lapse, and any property over which I may have the right of testamentary disposition, and I hereby give, devise, bequeath and dispose of the said two equal shares as follows:

42. Kennedy, John F - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Kennedy
Kennedy, John F(itzgerald) (‘Jack’) (1917–1963) 35th president of the USA 1961–63, a Democrat; the first Roman Catholic and the youngest person to be elected president., John F

43. A Tribute To Jack And Jackie
Collection of pictures, quotes and facts about JFK, Jackie and other members of the Kennedy family.

44. John F. Kennedy - Free Online Library
Texts by Kennedy; John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address. Literally the address given at the beginning of John F. Kennedy's first term as
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29th, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts, the son of Joseph Patrick Kennedy, a bank president, and Rose Fitzgerald. John Kennedy attended Canterbury School and Choate Boarding School, both in Connecticut. After graduating from Choate in 1936, Kennedy went to Harvard University. His senior thesis entitled Why England Slept (about why Great Britain was not prepared for war) was later published in novel form. Kennedy graduated cum laude from Harvard in 1940 and promptly entered the Navy where he was made a Lieutenant and commander of a Patrol Torpedo Boat (PT-109). When Kennedy returned from the War, he became a Democratic Congressman in 1947 and served until 1953 when he was elected to the Senate (he served until 1961). He married Jacqueline Bouvier on September 12th, 1953. Kennedy wrote Profiles in Courage in 1956, an account of courageous political acts by eight United States Senators. It won the Pulitzer Prize for history.

45. John Kennedy's Vietnam Rhetoric
Extensive review of the public rhetoric of Kennedy on Vietnam concludes that he would have had an extremely difficult time withdrawing, given his public statements.
Idealism and pragmatism in American foreign policy rhetoric: The case of John F. Kennedy and Vietnam
Presidential Studies Quarterly

New York;
Summer 1994;
Denise Bostdorff (Purdue University),
Steven Goldzwig (Marquette University)
Volume: Issue: Start Page: Abstract:
Pres Kennedy's rhetoric on the situation in Vietnam exemplifies the way in which presidents balance idealistic arguments, which apply principles of genus to public problem-solving, and pragmatic arguments, which emphasize the efficacy or practicality of politics. Kennedy legitimized his Vietnam policy through his idealistic appeals, casting himself as a principled leader, and deflected criticism and built an image of expertise through his pragmatic appeals.
Full Text: In 1951, Congressman John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts set out for an extensive fact-finding mission to the Middle and Far East. Upon his return, Kennedy reiterated his support of western efforts to defend freedom in both regions. He claimed that if the West did not act upon this ideal, especially in Southeast Asia, that the Chinese Communists easily would dominate these countries.(1) At the same time, however, the Congressman clearly disagreed with the methods the French employed. For Kennedy, France's anachronistic colonialist mentality had blinded it to the nationalistic aspirations of the native peoples of the region. In a radio address upon his return, the Congressman explained the complexities of Southeast Asia and warned that these complexities called for particular policies. Kennedy presciently observed:

46. Kennedy, John F. - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
Full Name John F. Kennedy. Nationality American Activity president of United States. Born 2905-1917 Died 22-11-1963

Historical perspective on JFK by Ted Groseclose.
Tears of a Thousand Years On the night John F. Kennedy Jr. died, the weather system, which was the probable cause of Kennedy's fatal piloting error, developed into a severe storm over Boston . Bostonians who had been awaken by the awful thunder and lighting came to work the next day full of talk tinged with respect and fear of the power of the deluge. No one dared remark, while hope for Kennedy's rescue remained; the storm seemed supernatural in origin, a dark and ancient portent. Now with the grim knowledge we now have, it was as if the heavens themselves had wailed with pain and let loose with uncontrolled sobbing. Boston and the nation were to know such pain over the coming days as we came to realize we had to bury yet another Kennedy. Tears enough for a thousand years were shed in the space of a few hours over Boston that night, but for many Bostonians it seems the tears will never end, not even in a thousand years. Others ask why. Permit me to explain. It has been reported the name John-John was disdained by John F. Kennedy Jr. but we, the faceless public, all loved to call him that. Only his sister and mother could have probably have used the nickname without suffering a look of disapproval. This is quite understandable for a man intent on establishing himself outside the realm of cute. It is just as understandable why the rest of us continued to use it. It seemed so easy going and full of fun. A fitting name for someone who was the closest thing to "Prince" the

48. USA-Presidents.Info - John F. Kennedy (JFK)
Provides a biography of American President John F. Kennedy (JFK). Includes his picture a list of the people in his cabinet.
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John F. Kennedy John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 - November 22, 1963), often referred to as Jack Kennedy or JFK, was the 35th (1961 - 1963) President of the United States. Order: 35th President Term of Office: January 20, 1961 - November 22, 1963 Followed: Dwight D. Eisenhower Succeeded by: Lyndon Johnson Date of Birth Tuesday, May 29, 1917 Place of Birth: Brookline, Massachusetts Date of Death: Friday, November 22, 1963 Place of Death: Dallas, Texas First Lady : Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Profession: politician Political Party : Democrat Vice President : Lyndon Johnson
Early life
Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, the son of Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. In 1935, he studied at the London School of Economics, then moved to Princeton University, but was forced to leave the latter during Christmas break because of an attack of jaundice. He then attended Harvard University, enrolling in the fall of 1936, but he severely injured his back playing football. He traveled to Europe twice during his study at Harvard. The second was to Great Britain, while his father was serving as ambassador to that country. Kennedy returned, and wrote his honors thesis on analyzing the British portion of the Munich Pact of 1938. He graduated cum laude from Harvard in June 1940.
Military service
In the spring of 1941, Kennedy volunteered for the US Army, but was rejected, mainly because of his injured back. However, he worked to strengthen himself during the summer, and was accepted by the US Navy in September of that year. He participated in various commands during World War II, but his most famous one was during March 1943. With the rank of lieutenant, he received command of a patrol torpedo boat, or PT boat.

49. The History Place - JFK Photo History
A four part photo history of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th president of the United States.
Welcome to The History Place four-part Photo History of John Fitzgerald Kennedy featuring a spectacular selection of pictures hand selected by The History Place from the JFK Presidential Archives for your enjoyment and education. The History Place Photo History of JFK
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50. The Uncommon Wisdom Of JFK |
Describes a new book about President Kennedy. Book includes a DVD.
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    The Uncommon Wisdom of JFK About 40 years ago, I read a book edited by Bill Adler called “The Kennedy Wit.” So it was with a feeling of deja vu that I read Adler's new book, “The Uncommon Wisdom of JFK,” which seems to be an expanded version of the earlier work. Kennedy's years in public office, first in Congress and then as president, coincide with the height of the Cold War. At that time the United States and the Soviet Union were struggling to see whether liberal democracy or Communism would be the dominant political philosophy in the world. Kennedy's speeches, responses at press conferences, and off-the-cuff comments often made the nightly news on the increasingly popular medium of television. His words inspired many in the early 1960s with a pragmatic idealism that formed the basis of the Peace Corps and other New Deal programs. So, accepting that this book is not meant as an impartial assessment of Kennedy's successes and failures, one can read 'The Uncommon Wisdom of JFK' straight through or dip in here and there with pleasure. Either way, this book makes edifying reading, especially in this presidential election year.

51. Typed Letter Signed - KENNEDY, John F. | Between The Covers Rare Books
One page typed letter dated 16 March 1950 on Kennedy's Congress of the United States stationery Signed ( John Kennedy ). Folded as mailed, two tiny stab holes from a removed staple
Home About Us Site Map Help ... Shopping Cart Images+Detail Item Info KENNEDY, John F. Typed Letter Signed One page typed letter dated 16 March 1950 on Kennedy's Congress of the United States stationery Signed ("John Kennedy"). Folded as mailed, two tiny stab holes from a removed staple, else fine. A letter sent while Kennedy was a Representative from Massachusetts' 11th District, and co-signed by his cousin, and colleague in the House, James C. Auchincloss, Congressman from New Jersey, to other House colleagues. The letter urges them to sign a discharge petition so that the Home Rule for the City of Washington bill can be brought to the floor of the House for a vote during the current session of Congress, and it eloquently if briefly pleads the case. According to the text, this letter was accompanied by a document listing 25 reasons why the Congressmen should vote for the act (presumably the reason for the staple holes) but this has been lost. A little smear to the fountain pen ink on the letter "J," but a bold, clean, and genuine signature, with the "oh" linkage of the first name clearly matching Kennedy's style of this period (as opposed to that of his secretaries). [BTC #33831] More Results Explore BTC highlights along with additional titles in stock related to the item above...

52. Evelyn Maurine Norton Lincoln, Presidential Secretary & Military Spouse
Biography of President Kennedy s secretary and Navy wife, Mrs. Lincoln.
Evelyn Maurine Norton Lincoln
From contemporary press reports: EVELYN NORTON LINCOLN, 85, who was the personal secretary to President John F. Kennedy , died Thursday (May 11, 1995) in Georgetown University Hospital of complications after surgery for cancer. Mrs. Lincoln was Kennedy's personal secretary from January 1953, when he started his first term in the Senate, until his death November 22, 1963, when she was in the motorcade in Dallas when he was assassinated. Mrs. Lincoln was born June 25, 1909, on a farm in Polk County, Nebraska. Her father, John N. Norton, was a member of the House of Representatives. She came to Washington in 1930 with her husband, Harold W. Lincoln, and the two got involved in politics. She was known for visiting Kennedy's grave at Arlington National Cemetery every year on the anniversary of his death. In 1988, on the 25th anniversary, she went alone to the grave and laid three red roses near its eternal flame. Mrs. Lincoln also was the author of two best-selling books, "My 12 Years With John F. Kennedy" and "Kennedy and Johnson."
President Kennedy's personal secretary, was remembered Friday, May 19, 1995, in a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.

53. Kennedy,john F CDs, Vinyl Records, CD Singles, Used CD's And Music Albums - Musi
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a memorial album / 196? premire records 2099 a memorial tribute produced and broadcast by radio station wmca new york on friday, november 22, 1963. narrated by ed brown, produced b. 2 listed John F Kennedy Bbc Tribute
that was the week that was 1963 lp in flip back sleeve on brunswick records mono lat 8566. LP 1 listed John F Kennedy Great Speeches Of The 20th Cen CD 1 listed John F Kennedy J Ohn F Kennedy
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54. Inaugural Address By John F. Kennedy
Explanation, links and extracts from the Presidents speech.

55. Kennedy, John F. - Culture
Definition of Kennedy, John F. from The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy.

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58. John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address By John F. Kennedy - Project Gutenberg
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59. Kennedy John F Memorial Hall In Southgate, Michigan 48195 -
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