John F. Kennedy in His Own Words

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Citadel Press, 2005 - Počet stran: 230
A powerful, far-reaching collection of Kennedy's words revealing a broad picture not only of the man but the great reach of his ideas, often obscured by the drama of history. A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and a clinical psychologist collect examples of Kennedy's thinking on diverse issues, distilled from formal addresses, speeches, newspaper and magazine articles and presidential debates, as well as private correspondence with friends and aides, conversations and his college diary.
 

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Beyond Camelot 1 Looking at History
1
Faith and Religion
26
Public Service
34
Education
41
Promoting Health and Social WellBeing
50
Labor Employment and Business
59
Challenges to American Agriculture
66
Environment and Natural Resources
73
Culture and the Arts
109
Parties and Partisan Politics
115
Insights on American Government
125
Peace War and Terrorism
134
International Affairs and Foreign Relations
149
Celebrities and World Leaders
168
Reflections on Courage and Leadership
186
A Vision for America
208

Human Rights and Civil Liberties
82
The American Economy
95
The News Media
104

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Edward Hoffman is a clinical psychologist in New York City.

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