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Let every nation know : John F. Kennedy in his own words

Author: Robert Dallek; Terry Golway
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks MediaFusion, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of thirty-four of John F. Kennedy's speeches, debates, and interviews offers insight into the ideals, politics, and life of the charismatic president.
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Named Person: John F Kennedy; John F Kennedy; John F Kennedy
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Dallek; Terry Golway
ISBN: 140220647X 9781402206474 1402209223 9781402209222
OCLC Number: 62888221
Description: xii, 289 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: The Power of the presidency --
The nomination secured --
The "so-called religious issue" --
The first debate --
The second debate --
The third debate --
The fourth debate --
A city upon a hill --
The Inaugural address --
The Peace Corps --
The Alliance for Progress --
The Bay of Pigs --
The President and the press --
A man on the moon --
Preparing for war --
A nuclear Sword of Damocles --
A celebrity president --
Hammering big steel --
A declaration of independence --
Why go to the moon? --
Mississippi burns --
The Cuban Missile Crisis --
A vision of peace --
The nation's moral crisis --
Ich bin ein Berliner --
Ireland's favorite son --
"A spirit of hope" --
"The clouds have lifted" --
The arts and politics --
Watchmen on the walls of freedom. CD. Address to the National Press Club (Jan. 14, 1960) --
Acceptance speech, Democratic National Convention (July 15, 1960) --
Address to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association (Sept. 12, 1960) --
The first debate, Chicago (Sept, 26, 1960) --
The second debate, Washington, D.C. (Oct. 7, 1960) --
The third debate, New York and Hollywood (Oct. 13, 1960) --
The fourth debate, New York (Oct. 21, 1960) --
Address to the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Jan. 9, 1961) --
The Inaugural Address (Jan. 20, 1961) --
Announcement of the creation of the Peace Corps (March 1, 1961) --
Proposal of the Alliance of Progress (March 13, 1961) --
Speech to the American Society of Newspaper Editors (April 20, 1961) --
White House news conference (April 21, 1961) --
Address to the American Newspaper Publishers Association (April 27, 1961) --
Special message to the Congress on urgent national needs (May 25, 1961) --
Nationwide address on the Berlin crisis (July 25, 1961) --
Address to the UN General Assembly (Sept. 25, 1961) --
Inaugural anniversary dinner (Jan. 20, 1962) --
Statement and news conference (April 11, 1962) --
Speech at Independence Hall, Philadelphia (July 4, 1962) --
Address on space travel, Rice University (Sept. 12, 1962) --
The integration of the University of Mississippi (Sept. 30, 1962) --
Nationwide address on the Cuban missile crisis (Oct. 22, 1962) --
Commencement speech at American University, Washington, D.C. (June 10, 1963) --
Report to the American people on civil rights (June 11, 1963) --
Speech at the Berlin Wall (June 26, 1963) --
Address in Dublin to the Irish Parliament (June 28, 1963) --
Address to the nation on the Limited Test Ban Treaty (July 26, 1963) --
Address to the United Nations General Assembly (Sept. 20, 1963) --
Remarks at Amherst College (Oct. 26, 1963) --
Remarks at the Aerospace Medical Center (Nov. 21, 1963) --
Robert F. Kennedy's tribute to John F. Kennedy (Aug. 27, 1964) --
Robert F. Kennedy's statement on the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. (April 4, 1968) --
Edward Kennedy's tribute to Robert F. Kennedy (June 8, 1968).
Responsibility: Robert Dallek and Terry Golway.
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A collection of thirty-four of John F. Kennedy's speeches, debates, and interviews offers insight into the ideals, politics, and life of the charismatic president.

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