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At the turn of the 1960s, the Cold War was reaching an all time high. Inheriting an office after the effects of brinkmanship and Mutually Assured Destruction, JFK issues an inaugural address that declares the importance of freedom, democracy, and the role of the US and it's citizens in preserving world peace.
Ending in the famous "Ask not what your country can do for you" line, this resourced includes an abbreviated version of the inaugural address with four comprehension questions and two critical thinking questions, as well as a break down using the SOAPStone strategy.
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