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Summary Of John F Kennedy's Inaugural Address

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s inaugural speech was addressed to not only to America, but the world. Kennedy was charismatic, confident and intelligent. He spoke saying we and together, talking about everyone in the world working together rather than what he wanted to do for our country. Even though Kennedy wanted to eagerly benefit our country, signify renewal, as well as change, and uplift us, it was always up to the people and still is. His plan was to “begin anew”- “where the strong are just, and the weak secure, and the peace preserved.” Knowing it wouldn’t be achieved soon, he wanted to start as soon as possible. America was divided by economical and social issues, but Kennedy looks past that as stated, “Let both sides explore what problems unite us instead of blabbering those problems which divide us.” Citizens had different opinions, America was fighting the cold war, and there was a hope for desegregation. Issues of mankind included: “Tyranny, poverty, disease, and war itself”.…show more content…
Kennedy’s speech was inspirational and made America think where they could be in the future if they fulfilled Kennedy’s
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