Robert F Kennedy Essay example

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Robert F. Kennedy (1925-1968) So many times in the past, those of us who have stood up for the rights of the human race, who have proposed and even implemented change, have been liked by a majority but through the hatred of the minority they are destroyed. Sometimes this destruction is literal, for example assassination. This was the case for Robert F. Kennedy, born on November 20th, 1925 and who died on June 5th, 1968, with three bullet wounds to his chest. This is who I will be talking about today. In his forty three years of life, Robert F. Kennedy achieved so much. During his life, RFK gained the trust and respect of the American people, he delivered some of the most famous speeches of all time and gained some of the highest…show more content…
I believe that the different characteristics that helped Robert F. Kennedy rise and become a powerful leader in the society that he lived in were that: * He was a persuasive speaker who used his charisma and honesty to gain the trust of the nation. * He was determined and this allowed for him to reach the multitude of goals that he set for himself, for example without this determination RFK would never have been able to implement any change in relation to the abolishment of racism in the Civil Rights Movement or the increased convictions of organised crime. * Through goal setting and planning, RFK was able to be a visionary and look at the big picture as well as try and achieve his goals through determination, assertiveness and proper resource management. For example, the increased convictions of organised crime would not have been achieved without RFK setting his goal and originally having the dream of alerting the American people of the corruptness of the Mafia. * RFK had the ability to work collaboratively with others, and although many cried nepotism when his brother gave him the position of Attorney-General, through the brothers’ cooperation and cohesiveness they actually achieved so much for the U.S. Shoulder to shoulder these two great men lead the U.S.
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