John F. Kennedy: A Biography: A Biography
John F. Kennedy is revered as one of the United States' most iconic and inspirational presidents. Among his historic accomplishments, however, Kennedy was also a human being who made tragic miscalculations in the Bay of Pigs fiasco, publicly expressed doubts about democracy, and supported the use of fear-based tactics to manipulate the American people.
John F. Kennedy: A Biography provides background information about the Kennedy family in the early 20th century, describes the rise of Joseph P. Kennedy as a major figure in American life, and chronicles the subsequent emergence of his second son, John F. Kennedy, as a leading figure in American politics. The authors provide a fascinating look at how the characteristics of a 23-year-old John F. Kennedy in 1940 were borne out in his performance as president two decades later.
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THE KENNEDY FAMILY MODEST BEGINNINGS AND BEYOND
FROM STUDENT TO WAR HERO JACKS EARLY YEARS
THE 1960 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
INTO THE FIRE FOREIGN POLICY
THE NEW FRONTIER DOMESTIC POLICY