The Wit and Wisdom of John F Kennedy

The Wit and Wisdom of John F  Kennedy
Author : Alex Ayres
Publisher : Penguin
Total Pages : 256
Release : 1996-11-01
ISBN 10 : 9781101661536
ISBN 13 : 1101661534
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Wit and Wisdom of John F Kennedy Book Description:

Though he did not live long enough to write his memoirs, John Fitzgerald Kennedy left behind a legacy of wit and wisdom that still informs the lives and hopes of the American people today. Known for his courage and charisma, he embodied the youthful, optimistic spirit of the mid-20th century American. Yet, he could also be irreverent. When questioned as to how he became a hero in World War II, he replied it was "involuntary--they sank my boat.".


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