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John F. Kennedy

John F. Kennedy was the youngest man to be voted President of the United States. The young upstart from Massachusetts was a member of a wealthy and powerful family and born into privilege. This did not, however, dampen the man's chances in politics as his congenial manner and ability to relate to people of all classes won the public over - enough to have him beat Richard Nixon in the 1960 election.

Kennedy was often referred to as Jack or JFK to separate him from other members of his illustrious family. JFK was the son of the powerful, wealthy womanizing Joe Kennedy; younger brother to war hero Joe, Jr.; and older brother to Robert and Edward aka "Teddy."

In many ways JFK was an ideal president. He was handsome and charming. Together with his wife Jackie and children Caroline and John, Jr., JFK presented a wholesome...

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