John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born May 29, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts, into one of the wealthiest families in the United States. Universally called "JFK," he became a millionaire at the age of 21 when his father gave him one million dollars, but politics and sports were of much more importance to him. He loved touch football, tennis, golf, sailing, and swimming. JFK attended Princeton University and Harvard, graduating from there cum laude. He attended Stanford University business school before serving in the U.S. Navy. He was a naval hero during World War 11 when his PT boat was cut in half and he helped to save the lives of his crew. Returning after the war, he was elected to Congress in 1946 and to the Senate in 1948 and
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Kennedy was an especially bright young man with many talents, in 1940 he graduated from Harvard University, where he also played football like his brother Jack, in 1940. As an Irish Catholic in Boston he suffered from prejudice, but he was determined not to let that affect his future and set the goal to
Kennedy was president, he had some problems but some great successes. He was very involved in helping the civil rights movement and was very focused on economic problems and concerns in the United States (“John F. Kennedy” Whitehouse). Jack had a priority to land on the moon before the Russians did (Kaplan 78). Because of Jack’s quick thinking during the Cuban missile crisis, the United States stayed safe. He stood up to the Russians and did not let them take nuclear weapons to Cuba (“John F. Kennedy” Whitehouse). He gained respect from many world leaders for doing this (Kaplan 103).
Kennedy is a twenty year old male from Hong Kong. He was raised in Hong Kong for eleven years with his family before immigrating to the United States. For the last nine years he has lived with his mother, father, and older sister in a city housing project in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. He is a very independent thinker and does not like it when people label his sexuality. If anything, that is a pet peeve of his. He has no plans to return to Hong Kong.
His parents were Rose Kennedy and Joseph Kennedy. During his early life he had a subtle interest in politics. His dad was a chairman in the US securities. Kennedy’s older brother was meant to take up the family business until he dropped out of law school to join the military. He died in a bomb flight test during WWII. Kennedy’s other brothers and sisters went into politics as well. Kennedy had 3 brothers and 5 sisters. Kennedy attended Harvard for his college years, getting a Bachelor’s degree. He published his thesis on how Britain was unprepared for Nazi Germany as a book titled, “Why England Slept”. He joined the navy in 1941. When Kennedy was 36 years old he married Jacqueline Onassis and had four children named Caroline, John Jr., Patrick, and
Kennedy had a very powerful command of ethos, logos and pathos to deliver his message. His appeal to pride hit the student audience with “We met at a college noted for knowledge”. He complimented
Kennedy, Kennedy, Kennedy. That's all the talk going around now and i ask you why? Kennedy at the young age of 43 seems to have captured the democratic nomination, even with his lack of experience and his catholic religion. I’ll tell you why, so far John. F. Kennedy is the first runner up for the presidential election to successfully use media to reach the american people. Not only this but his wife, Jackie does not sit quietly on the side lines. With her fashion, fun family style and obvious love for the camera people seem to be drawn to her. As a matter afact everybody seems to be drawn to the whole Kennedy family. All five of them John, Jackie, Caroline, Patrick and Arabella . the ‘happy family” seems to be stress free, care
Kennedy wasn’t the star of the school or in home life. It was his brother who got killed in combat. Kennedy was in his brothers shadow his entire life and was finally able to be seen as his own person. When all eyes fell onto him after his brother’s death he took everything with a flying leap. Of course he had his younger brother to help and guide him along the way. America considered JFK a war hero after saving his crew mates form a Japanese Destroyer. Later in life JFK was diagnosed with Addington’s disease but they had kept it well hidden from the people. Most die from this disease but recent treatments was able to save his life.
Kennedy had a very powerful command of ethos, logos and pathos to deliver his message. His appeal to pride hit the student audience with “We met at a college noted for knowledge”.
To begin with, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born into a politically associated and rich family of Irish-Catholics in Boston. Together with his eight siblings, Kennedy enjoyed an advantaged early years of elite summer homes, servants, sailboats, and private schools. All through his childhood and youthful stage, John Kennedy was a frequent sufferer of severe illnesses. That withstanding, he had a strong resolve and endeavored to make his own way. While striving to achieve the best out of his efforts, Kennedy wrote a record-breaking book during his college life at Harvard and then volunteered for other duties in hazardous combat during the Second World War in the Pacific. He turned out to be a hero in his wartime service. Later on, he joined
In September 1931, Kennedy was sent to the The Choate School in Wallingford, Connecticut for 9th through 12th grade. During his years there he sort of a trouble maker. He and his friend were most notorious for using a cherry bomb or firecracker to explode toilet seats. In June of 1935 Kennedy graduated from Choate. In September 1936, Kennedy
From a young age, Kennedy showed strong leadership skills; he led by example. As a training officer, on one of the PT boats he commanded, they became stuck on ground and wanted to know what was under there, “rather than send somebody else over the side, he went over himself. He didn't say to the executive officer, ‘You go over and look.’ He did it himself. He knew there are certain dangers in going over it” (Wood, 2005). By going over the side of the boat to see what they were stuck on, Kennedy demonstrated that he was no better than any of his men and no task was beneath him to complete personally. This is the sign of a true leader. Leaders have an inner desire to better themselves; he was not content with just being a training officer. He soon applied for combat duty
She was born on July 31,1954 in Inglewood California. She lived the majority of her life in LA, California. On her 17th birthday she was 6 foot 5 inches tall. When she graduated from high school she had a scholarship to the university of Houston. She was a volleyball player the majority of her life.
Kennedy grew up in Southampton, New York with her mother, father, and her siblings. Around the age of one, her mother put her on a horse and it became a second nature to her. By the age of eleven, she was a well known equestrian scoring double victories. Following grade school and college, she went on to become an inquiring photographer for the Washington Times-Herald newspaper in 1951. While doing this job,