John F. Kennedy Essay | Student Essay

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Modern Day King Arthur: JFK

Summary: Provides recap of the accomplishments and downfalls of President John F. Kennedy. Discusses the Camelot analogy given to his administration.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was a man who was inspired by achievements, looked down at failure, and was driven by success. Yet, under this peaceful demeanor, Kennedy strove for a serious life in politics. It was his drive to succeed that made his time in office as the 35th president of the United States so great. Despite certain national crises, the presidential reign of John F. Kennedy has come to symbolize the rise of optimism in the aftermath of World War II. Kennedy's view of perfection, "Camelot" would have been perfect if inevitable conflicts such as the Bay of Pigs Invasion and the Cuban Missile Crisis had not happened. And, if his supremacy was not cut short by an assassin in Texas, chances are that this intelligent young man would have been reelected into office.

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