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Let every nation know whether it wishes us well or ill that we shall pay any price bear any burden meet any hardship support any friend oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of libertyInaugural Address This was a quote stated by the nations 35th president John F Kennedy In this quote he was referring back to the Cold War a term used to describe the simmering tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States of America Spencer 24 JFK or as his family often referred to him as Jack interests in the world he lived in his leadership skills his ambition and his will to win would lead him to give one of Americas most inspirational and well known speeches that would influence America even to this day John F Kennedy was born in Massachusetts on May 29 1917 to Joseph P Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald shortly after the US entered War World I John F Kennedy was the second born out of a total of nine children Growing up John was mostly cared for by his older brother Joe Jr due to his parents absents Joe Jr and John F Kennedy didnt see eye to eye on much they had what some would refer to as a bitter rivalry In the Kennedy home competition was a vital part of life and only one position counted- first place Uschan 18-20 John F Kennedy attended elementary schools in Brookline and Riverdale When he was 13 years old his father sent him to the Canterbury school in New Milford Connecticut The next year he transferred to Choate Academy Kennedy John Fitzgerald As a teenager JFK had a passion for books mostly history books He read The New York Times daily in an attempt to stay current on world affairs In school he excelled in history however He was a lackluster student and was often involved in many juvenile pranks In 1935
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