|About the Book|
President Kennedys life and presidency came to an abrupt end on November 22, 1963, after an assassins bullets mortally wounded him in Dallas. He was struck down at the height of his political and military success. And each anniversary of hisMorePresident Kennedys life and presidency came to an abrupt end on November 22, 1963, after an assassins bullets mortally wounded him in Dallas. He was struck down at the height of his political and military success. And each anniversary of his assassination is immortalized by our national and world media. His death is shrouded in mystery and notions of conspiracy, but this is not the legacy of John F. Kennedy. President Kennedy is one of the most enduring political figures of our time for a reason. His words and vision inspired America! They are his legacy. This is why I wrote and edited this work: To resurrect the truly American ideals of this great man. He was not perfect, not by a long shot, but he understood and championed those American values and ideals that made us a great nation. And as Philippians 4:8 commands, I will dwell on the good. His belief in God and the enduring American Spirit made us believe all things were possible ... and indeed with God they truly are! This work is a tribute to the man and his words that inspired a generation of Americans --- and many more to come! JFK has a message for the confused and huddled masses yearning for real political leadership, who wonder what it means to really be American. There are valuable lessons in his powerful words. And they are sure to stir the heart, and bring to mind those treasured, good memories of yesteryear, and inspire a new generation of Americans to be all they can be! John F. Kennedys key speeches are documented in this work, a priceless collection of selected thoughts and utterances of a man who changed the course of American history, and articulated the way forward for this last best hope of man on earth. This is his legacy, one worth resurrecting and studying by this generation, and the generations of Americans to come.