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John F. Kennedy Inauguration Speech 1961 by John F. Kennedy

John F. Kennedy Inauguration Speech 1961

by John F. Kennedy

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50 years ago on January 20th, 1961, John F. Kennedy was inaugurated as the 35th President of the United States and he delivered his famous Inauguration Speech encouraging Americans to: "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country". This 13-minute speech confronted the Cold War, and Kennedy called for Americans and all global citizens to take responsibility for the freedom of mankind. At a time when the threat of nuclear war was looming, President Kennedy called for a new generation to rise up and seek peace while at the same time be willing to fight to defend freedom. It's an inspiring speech delivered at a precarious time in our nation's history.


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50 years later
Reviewer avraham
 January 23, 2011
50 years later, it still inspires. What a great speaker and leader he must have been. Sad that we will never truly know.

50 years later
Reviewer avraham
 January 23, 2011
50 years later, it still inspires. What a great speaker and leader he must have been. Sad that we will never truly know.

Oppose Any Foe!
Reviewer jwboing
 January 20, 2011
Where are our leaders at today who support liberty!?
Share this and other great leaders of liberty with others especialy our youth who will determine the direction of our country.

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  • Published: 1961
  • LearnOutLoud.com Product ID: J006972
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