John F. Kennedy Wasn’t That Great

Despite the stuff named after him, there is little remarkable about Kennedy

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John F. Kennedy was supposed to embody what's good in America: courage, patriotism, and persistence. He was a Harvard graduate who pushed Americans to aspire to greatness, and he was ultimately tragically shot while riding a motorcade.

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