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JFK: An I Con In Organized Crime

            In 1961, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was inaugurated as the 35th President of the United States. His campaign had been focused on the theory of change. Kennedy made it a point to illustrate to Americans exactly what needed to be done in order to restore the status of their society. "The president must be "willing and able to summons his national constituency to the finest hour - to alert the people of our dangers and our opportunities - to demand of them the sacrifices that will be necessary"" (Milkis and Nelson, p. 300). In addition to his solid campaign, Kennedy surrounded himself with a group of bright young politicians that enabled him to push his way to the top. As the youngest man to ever enter the Office of the Presidency, Kennedy was perceived to have the energy and stamina to accomplish the goals he had set. His charming good looks, wealth, and of course the recognition of the Kennedy name made him even more desirable to the American people. On his road to political stardom, Kennedy was not alone. He not only played the role of the American president, but also was an outstanding figure in the world of organized crime.
             John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born in the year 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts. His father Joseph P. Kennedy served under the office of Franklin D Roosevelt, as the ambassador to Great Britain. JFK grew up surrounded by a good family life and wealthy lifestyle. He was given a way of life and opportunities that many others were not. He attended Harvard University and graduated in 1940. He was a commander in the service during World War II. Kennedy's shining moment in the war was when he rescued a number of his crewmen after a Japanese Destroyer rammed them. John F. Kennedy returned home as a hero. .
             JFK adored his father very much, and his brother Bobby was considered to be his closest friend. With their influence, he almost immediately he entered the political scene.

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