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  • File:President Bill Clinton plays the saxophone.jpg Celebrities  John F. Kennedy, William Shatner (Captain Kirk on Star Trek), Alan Alda, Bill Clinton
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  • As a Democrat, John F. Kennedy inherited the New Deal Commitment to America’s Social Welfare System. He generally cast liberal votes in line with the
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  • country." -John F. Kennedy. In this quotation I attributed with a dash and the original spokesperson's name (in this case John F. Kennedy). If I wanted
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  • nuclear missiles in a facility on Cuba, 90 miles from Florida. President John F. Kennedy demanded that the Soviet Union remove those missiles. The United States
    766 bytes (124 words) - 08:02, 29 March 2016
  • Follett Publishing Company, 1960-1962. She served the administrations of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson in the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), first
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  • is always in peril; learning without liberty is always in vain. —John F. Kennedy After eagerness comes concentration on studies. One may think that
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  • elected as the 35th president of USA in 1961? a. JFK b. John F. Kennedy c. John Fitzgerald Kennedy Answers can also be placed at the end of document, in
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  • is best known as the ancestral home of the Kennedy family, including then–President-elect John F. Kennedy, who would be inaugurated nine days later, on
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  • primarily responsible for administering civilian foreign aid. President John F. Kennedy created USAID in 1961 by executive order to implement development assistance
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  • for television was John F. Kennedy's. In the case of the 9/11 benefit, the media was used for national mourning. John F. Kennedy's funeral was a similar
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  • YouTube star Taylor Lautner Winston Churchill, UK Prime Minister John F. Kennedy, US President Theodore Roosevelt, US President George S. Patton, World
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  • The first United States presidential election debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon in 1960.
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  • Template:Apollo File:Taylor, McNamara, and Kennedy.jpg Celebrities  Robert McNamara, Leonard Nimoy (Spock) on Star Trek; George H. W. Bush, law
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  • President John F. Kennedy compelled Americans to "ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." Kennedy's statement
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  • Vermont in 1961. He read “The Gift Outright” at the Inauguration of John F. Kennedy in 1961. He received the Bollingen Prize for Poetry in 1963. Selected
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  • Kennen Dwight Eisenhower George Marshall Nikita Khrushchev Breshnev John F Kennedy Fidel Castro General MacArthur Dubcek Mikhail Gorbachev Ronald Reagan
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  • crew of Motor Torpedo Boat PT-109 commanded by future U.S. president John F. Kennedy. Gasa suggested, for lack of paper, delivering by dugout canoe a message
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  • lasted effectively from around 1957 all the way to 1969. President John F. Kennedy led the United States in this race and pushed funding for it very heavily
    2 KB (299 words) - 08:03, 29 March 2016
  • famous politicians have stated that Diplomacy was their favorite game. John F. Kennedy and Henry Kissinger were both fans of the game, as was news anchor
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  • There were 3 major assassinations in the 60s, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. All were suspected of "governmental" influence
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