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John Fitzgerald Kennedy; as we remember him.

Autor Joan Simpson Burns; Goddard Lieberson; Ira Teichberg
Vydavatel: New York, Atheneum, 1965.
Edice: Columbia records legacy collection.
Vydání/formát:   Kniha : Biography : English : [1st ed.]Zobrazit všechny vydání a formáty
Databáze:WorldCat
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A fine tribute to one of our most remarkable presidents.
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Doplňující formát: Online version:
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; as we remember him.
New York, Atheneum, 1965
(OCoLC)610538744
Osoba: John F Kennedy; John F Kennedy
Typ materiálu: Biography
Typ dokumentu: Book
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Joan Simpson Burns; Goddard Lieberson; Ira Teichberg
OCLC číslo: 711674
Poznámky: Issued also with phonodisc: John Fitzgerald Kennedy; as we remember him.
Popis: ix, 241 pages illustrations, facsimiles, group portraits 33 cm.
Obsahy: 1917 : John Fitzgerald Kennedy ; Early family life ; Dexter School/The move to New York/Finances ; Life at Hyannis Port and in Bronxville ; Canterbury School --
1931 : The change to Choate ; Letters to and from Choate ; Letter from Jack to his father ; Football and books ; Life at Choate ; Popularity and problems ; Vacations ; Joe Kennedy comes to Choate ; Family exchanges ; Sailing and girls ; Graduation/Princeton/JFK returns to Boston ; Sports at Harvard ; A trip abroad and studies at Harvard ; The Ambassador and his son ; England ; The family in England/The sinking of the Athenia ; A letter from Harvard ; More travels in Europe ; A letter to England ; Harvard College ; The Kennedy family ; Jack writes his father about his thesis --
1940 : Graduation from Harvard and publication of a book ; The impending war ; JFK goes into the service ; Motor torpedo boat training/Assignment in the Pacific ; Survival: the story of PT-109 by John Hersey ; The hero comes home from the war --
1945 : Joe's mission/Jack as a newspaper correspondent ; Into politics ; Campaigning for Congressman ; The new Congressman ; A sister dies/A Congressman continues ; Friends and Jacqueline Bouvier ; Into the Senate race ; Kennedy vs. Lodge ; The campaigner ; Tea parties ; A Senator is elected ; John F. Kennedy as Senator ; The Senator's correspondence ; Courtship ; Fun and games at Hyannis Port --
1953 : The wedding ; Senator and Mrs. Kennedy ; Office mail ; Miss Biggart writes the Senator/ He enters the hospital ; Convalescence/Profiles in Courage ; The 1956 Democratic Convention ; JFK in 1957 ; The Labor Rackets Committee ; Beginning to run ; Campaigning in the primaries ; JFK and Mrs. Roosevelt. 1960 : The Democratic Convention ; Campaigning for the Presidency ; The issue of Catholicism ; The Kennedy-Nixon TV debates ; Election night ; The waiting and the victory ; Before the inauguration ; Various ceremonies --
1961 : The Inauguration ; JFK's first day in the White House ; Setting up the routine ; Press conference ; Life as a new President ; Security matters ; Correspondence ; Poetry and the space race ; Baseball ; The Bay of Pigs ; Business as usual and plans for a trip ; Plans for a trip ; Canada and back problems ; Off to France ; Dinner at Versailles ; Discussions and leave-taking ; Khrushchev ; Report to the people on returning from Europe ; Correspondence with Khrushchev ; Report on the Berlin Crisis ; Nuclear testing/The U.N. ; Casals at the White House ; 1961 ends --
1962 : New Year's greetings/An event on TV ; The President and the astronaut ; Address on nuclear testing ; The steel drama ; The space effort ; Mississippi: a conversation and a report to the nation ; Report on Mississippi ; The Presidential appointment calendar ; The Cuba Missile Crisis ; "After two years--a conversation with the President" --
1963 : A new year ; Vietnam letters ; Correspondence with Miss Nyman ; Working together toward peace ; The speech at American University ; Qualities of the man ; Report on civil rights ; European trip ; "Ich bin ein Berliner" ; Welcome to Ireland ; The President and his family ; The President as Commander-in-Chief ; The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty ; Poetry and power: the Amherst speech --
Fall, 1963 ; The President leaves for Texas ; Dallas: November 22nd ; The funeral ; The legacy of John Fitzgerald Kennedy by James MacGregor Burns --
Chronology.
Název edice: Columbia records legacy collection.
Odpovědnost: Edited and produced under the direction of Goddard Lieberson. Editor, Joan Meyers; art director, Ira Teichberg.

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A fine tribute to one of our most remarkable presidents.

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