why was john f kennedy a good president

Do you know which president got medically disqualified from service? It's John F. Kennedy. J. F. K was in the Navy I think going to the army is brave not to mention that he was leaving his family and not seeing them for a long time. When John F. Kennedy was a little boy he usually got sick often but,that didnвt stop him from being smart. John F. Kennedy was so smart Harvard sent him a letter that they wanted him. He accepted it and graduated with International Affairs. John F. Kennedy was assassinated while he was in a limo. He ended up fighting in world war 2. John F Kennedy is a very is a very important person because if he never had been alive they might've still thought that the moon is cheese. Another important thing about him is if he wasn't president the peace corps wouldn't have been there and maybe the peace between us and the other countries might've been destroyed. If John F. Kennedy was not alive then the nuclear bomb that was implanted in Cuba coming to the U. S might've came and made a war or something big like that happen.


That' s just a few facts that I'm saying I could go on for hours and hours but I will cut this short and say the point John F. Kennedy is one of the most important president out of all of the presidents and the world might not been like this today.
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It was a disaster. The invasion, if anything, increased support for the Cuban communist movement which was still relatively new at the time. He bargained with the USSR, offering to dismantle nuclear sites in Turkey if they dismantled their nuclear sites in Cuba. The clever bit is that Kennedy ordered the dismantling of nuclear sites in Turkey towards the beginning of his presidency. This showed Kennedy to be very shrewd, and a good negotiator, and was ultimately credited with preventing a nuclear war. This incident more than made up for the disastrous incident at the Bay of Pigs, and in fact made Kennedy popular. Another positive factor for Kennedy was his use of? gesture politics.? With this policy, he managed to improve civil rights with acts that, while showing support to for example the black community, didn? t offend either side too much.


This, perhaps, showed him to be ahead of his time in a way, and although some would argue that he lacked the ability to get these bills passed, he would have presumed he had more time in his term in the presidency to try again (which was, of course, denied by his assassination that people tend to remember Kennedy for) and he did think of the original bills anyway. Overall, it is clear through the course of his presidency that Kennedy was a very shrewd, intelligent president. While he did have some flaws and experience some disasters in his time as president such as the Bay of Pigs invasion (actually, this was originally a plan of the previous president, Dwight D Eisenhower) he was overall a very good president for America in my opinion; if not a great president. This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our section.

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