John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"

John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"
John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"
John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"
John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"
John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"
John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"
John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"
John F. Kennedy Inaugural Address, 1961 "What you can do for your country"
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In a short speech, Kennedy at 43, the youngest president elected to the office or president and the first Roman Catholic stressed the importance of national service. His most famous line from this speech is “ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”

Lesson comes with the speech and follow up questions.
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