The Games Do Count - John Kerry Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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John Kerry Summary and Analysis

John Kerry played baseball and football as a kid, moving to hockey when he was older. John thought that although he never concentrated on one specific sport, he was best at hockey. John remembered his time in sports with fondness, having taken from the experience the sense of being a part of a team and discipline.

John Kerry learned discipline from sports as well as the meaning of being part of a team. John took his experiences with sports, the fond ones as well as the more difficult ones, into his adulthood with a nostalgia that keeps the lessons he learned fresh in his mind.

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