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John F. Kennedy was the 35th president of the United States. Events that occurred during his term in office were The Bay of Pigs and the Cuban Missile Crisis. He was assassinated in 1963. Many believe there is a large amount of conspiracy still surrounding this event.
anyone "can" get shot anywhere repoing cars. Not just Texas. Texas does have their little law that says you can shoot someone in "defense" of your property. BUT, it doesnt fly that you can kill someone for repoing a car you cant/wont pay for. Good try, NO candy   Well, several years ago, at 2…
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Whoa. While I can't say I've actually seen that happen...I can see how that would be a shady, underhanded way of trying to slip past detection. It's devious...but pretty brilliant in its dishonesty. I'd say yes...that would work. But for someone who suspects that's happening...all it takes is serio…
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No, Benjamin F. never made a copy of it.
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The Kennedy family became rich because they were bootleggers during the time of prohibition. After the government begged them to stop they said that if alchol ever did become legal they wanted a quarter (25 cents) for every bottle containg alchol ever sold.
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Answer Vintage memorabilia featuring the genuine autograph of Jackie Robinson is always popular with collectors. Unfortunately, the signatures are also very often forged. Presuming authenticity, other key factors are: the placement and clarity of the signature, the type of photo and image present…
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Answer I don't know if he did or not, but if he did we shouldn't make too much of it. Hitler's Fascism and Stalinist Communism were both great evils which posed great danger to the free people of the world. In the 1930s it was not at all obvious which of them was the greater evil or the greater t…
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In 1961 and in 1962, Ngo Dinh Diem, leader of the government in South Vietnam, repeatedly asked for assistance from America and its allies to help its security. Australia eventually accepted and sent 30 military advisers from the Australian Army Training Team to Vietnam. These advisors were expe…
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In 1964 the Gulf of Tonkin, a murky set of events occured with the US naval ship USS Maddox claiming that they had been torpedoed by enemy North Vietnamese naval ship. What was not said was that Maddox was taking supplies to anti-communist forces in the South and the claim of a second attack on the…
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Answer Not necessarily -- while on many of the earlier dates, the mintmarked coins have lower mintages and are worth more, on alot of dates the difference is negligable, and on a few dates the ones without a mintmark are worth more -- take 1914 for example. The value of your coin has to based …
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President John F. Kennedy died on Friday November 22, 1963 at the age of 46. He was assassinated by a sniper at 12:30pm that day and pronounced officially dead at 1pm. On Friday, November 22, 1963, thirty-fifth U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, at 12:30 p.m.…
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JFK was killed on November 22nd of 1963 in a 1961 Lincoln limo.
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President Kennedy insisted on visiting Texas in November 1963, even though his advisers cautioned against it. Texas was extremely hostile territory, with many Texans violently in opposition to Kennedy and his policies. But Texas was an important electoral State for the Democrats in the upcoming Pres…
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These "Lincoln Facing Kennedy" pennies were made by private companies mostly in the 1970's that took a normal penny and stamped a portrait of President Kennedy facing President Lincoln on the front of the coin. They were normally attached to some kind of card that listed the "Astonishing Coincidence…
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John F. Kennedy was President of the United States from 1961-1963. He was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. While his administration was short lived due to his assassination, his New Frontier domestic program was carried out by his VP and successor to the office of president, Lyndon B. Johnson. Kennedy…
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Answer If you really do know, why do you need her to confirm it for you? do you want details? why put yourself through the pain.. You can't make someone say something if they don't want to. I think that you should be deciding what you are going to do about it. If she has had an affair, can you f…
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Kennedy, John F. (1917-1963)"No, you certainly can't say that."
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There were 6 unique South Vietnamese Presidents, 2 North Vietnamese presidents, and 5 different American Presidents, making 13 presidents altogether. Although the war had been going on for years, US combat forces entered in 1965 and final withdrawal was in early 1975. That time period includes the t…
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3.10 More: The value of this coin fluctuates based on the price of silver as 40% of this coin is composed of Silver. If the coin is circulated, it is pretty much worth it's weight in silver. As of 09/2010, the price of silver and of this coin is $3.22.
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Answer Is it a SILVER dollar or a SILVER-COLORED dollar? There were proof and uncirculated versions packaged and sold by the mint in collector sets that were 40% silver and these are worth $5-$10 if still in the original holders. There were also copper-nickel proof and uncirculated mint sets an…
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Answer Someone made a magician's coin from a Kennedy Half Dollar and a British Penny. Answer Value is a couple dollars as a novelty item. Clearing up confusion It's the goddess Britannia, not a "Roman guy" and that's a trident, not a fork!
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Answer 1964 is the most common year for silver half dollars. Even in uncirculated condition (unless it is an absolutely flawless gem), its value is based only on the silver it contains -- about $5 to $6 as of 06/2009
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Answer No special value. It's a novelty coin made for people who want to know the outcome of a coin toss before they flip the coin. Sometimes people forget they're carrying it and the spend it and it gets into circulation. Answer These novelty items sell regularly on eBay for a couple dollars…
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Try the links listed below.
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What date? Post new question.
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A 1971 Eisenhower in circulated condition is worth about $1.10A nice UNC one is worth about $2.00They simply made too many millions of these to be valuable.Those prices are correct for a 1971 Clad dollar, The question asked about the 1971 Silver Dollar. The 40% Silver Dollar coin was sold to collect…
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Many of the old postcards are valued at prices between $5 and $15 each. The exact amount will depend upon the exact postcard.
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Answer 1942 is a common date for Walking Liberty Halves. If it shows any evidence of wear, its value will be based only on the silver it contains -- as of 07/2008, about $7.00
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Abraham Lincoln and then George Washington.See related links.
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Fifty cents, unless it is a rare date or has silver in it. 1965 to 1970 are 40% silver worth about $4 1964 & older are 90% silver worth about $10.00 Retail values for rare dates are at the link below.
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Answer If there is no mintmark on your 1974 Kennedy half, that simply means it was minted at the main mint in Philadelphia. Very common -- no added value in circulated condition -- perhaps a dollar or two for a nice uncirculated one.
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These coins aren't US Mint products. A private company took a genuine cent and stamped Kennedy's profile on it as a novelty item. Although this modification technically doesn't deface the coin - it's still recognizable enough to be legal tender - the modification destroys most collectible value. T…
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In circulated condition, they're worth $150-$175Most uncirculated ones are worth $200-$400A real nice uncirculated one is worth over $1,000 but you need to have it professionally graded.  More: The type of coin minted is the 1905 Indian Head $2.50 Gold Quarter Eagle. It was only minted in Phi…
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Answer You have a manually altered novelty item, known as a Magician's Coin, made by altering two normal coins and gluing the pieces back together, that sells regularly for a couple dollars. Use a magnifier and examine just inside the raised rim on both sides of the coin, looking for a seam…
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Lee Harvey Oswald killed John F. Kennedy. Oswald was a man who never fit in; no matter what he tried, he always ended up alienating himself from the "group". The likelihood that he could cooperate or coordinate this activity with another person or persons is very remote. He had the training, the s…
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Lee Harvey Oswald was the assassin. He was murdered while in police custody and was never brought trial or even questioned extensively. There may have been others involved but it seems clear that Oswald shot at the President.
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JFK was shot while riding in an open limousine in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza (on Elm Street) in Dallas, TX on November 22, 1963. He was pronounced dead at Parkland Memorial Hospital. The assassination took place on Friday, November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas, at 12:30 p.m. Central Standard Ti…
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John F. Kennedy's New Frontier program was intended to boost the economy, provide international aid, provide for national defense, and to boost the space program. Kennedy made a point to control monopoly prices, and although this made him unpopular with large companies, it prevented consumers from b…
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It's a common novelty coin, not worth very much. A 1973 penny is currently worth about 2 cents for its copper content, and one with Kennedy carved into is worth as much as someone on eBay will pay for it.
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The Kennedy counter stamp was not done by the U.S. Mint. It's a novelty coin that has no numismatic collectible value at all.
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It's a common coin, so it's all about condition. In circulated condition, it's worth around $12 for the silver content, and more if it's in better shape.
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5-10 yearsdepending on what degree you want that is how long you have to stay in colage.ex.deploma= 1year associater=2years bachelors=3years masters=4years decorate=5years
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Lyndon Baines Johnson, longtime senator from Texas, was Kennedy's Vice President. He therefore became President upon Kennedy's death.
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At Cape Canavaral, Florida.Merritt Island, Florida.
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The value of any coin depends on its date, mint mark, and condition. Without that information, it's not possible to give anything other than a very rough guide: Circulated JFK halves: 1964 halves are made of 90% silver and are worth about 35% of the price of an ounce of silver (see your local paper…
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A whopping $0.50
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Collectible coins have a value based on individual condition, and the market for buyers. This is especially true for the Ben Franklin coins 1948-1963 and the earlier Liberty Walking halves. But even average circulated coins have silver content thru 1969. Half-dollar coin values based on the silver …
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November 16, 1961 John F. Kennedy ordered more help to be sent to the aid of South Vietnam. President Kennedy was concerned over the advances being made by the Vietcong guerrillas.
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Lee Harvey Oswald.
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The Westward expansion was very important during the election of 1844, because sectionalism was continuing to grow in the country. While Henry Clay objected to the annexation of Texas, his opponent, James Polk supported it, and won the election as a result.
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Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th president of the United States of America.
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Yes, Reagan was born in 1911 and Kennedy in 1917. Kennedy was elected President at the age of 43 and Reagan at the age of 69.Yes. Reagan was born in 1911, and Kennedy in 1917.
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1964 is the first year issue for Kennedy half dollars. It's also the only year the coins were struck in 90% silver. So many were made and saved, that even uncirculated coins are valued only for the silver they contain, about $10.00 as of 12-22-11.
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It depends on the date. Those from 1964 are 90% silver and worth around $11.50. Any from 1965-70 are 40% silver and worth about $4.70. If it's 1971-present, it's worth 50 cents.
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No,John F. Kennedy wasn't a Republican he was a Democratic.
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This is a novelty item, made outside the mint by stamping Kennedy's head onto a normal cent, generally used for advertising purposes, being attached to a card listing the "Astonishing Coincidences" between the two presidents, along with and advertisement for a merchant at the bottom of the card.With…
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Certainly Hope He Will Retire As far as I know he hasn't mentioned retirement, so we can only hope that he will and the sooner the better. Be nice if a bunch of the others in Congress would retire with him. I hope so because the folks in Massachusetts aren't going to stop voting for him. Heck, t…
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Modern Republicanism was started by Dwight D. Eisenhower and his administration. The concept of Modern Republicanism is being somewhat liberal in Fiscal and Domestic affairs, while remaining conservative in global affairs. Modern Republicanism calls for lower taxes, smaller government and more stat…
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Answer National Archives-won't be released until 2023.
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Answer 1 In the short time that Oswald lived after Kennedy's assassination, he consistantly denied shooting Kennedy, so it would not be possible that he would give a reason for doing it.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_harvey_oswald#Assassination_of_JFK says: Oswald was interrogated several times d…
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AnswerBecause there are many different social classes in Vietnam and they liked the idea of having equal distributions of wealth among their society regardless of who their occupation. They wanted their government to own the countries goods and services and have a one-party government with a control…
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By most people, yes. He ran as a moderate, and governed as a moderate, especially in his consistent balanced budgets and the fact he signed the welfare reform bill. To many on the conservative fringe, of course, he's a flagrant liberal, but then, so is John McCain.
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If you mean a real silver dollar made in 1935 or BEFORE, as of 07/2011 they are worth $30.00 just for the silver.The value of a silver dollar can range from $1.00 to $42000.00 or more. The value depends on the quality, the amount of silver, the year coin was made and many other variables.
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Answer "For the first living creatures in space, US launched dogs into the captured V-2 rockets in 1946. The Russians were the first ones to launch living beings on their own. They launched a dog in 1957 in Sputnik 2 but technology did not exist to retrieve it so it died. They launched two more d…
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Answer I agree, if there was a conspiracy of a group of people why wouldn't they have bought Lee Harvey a better rifle? Whatever else , he had the best shot. That is, if you disregard the study of science and ballistics completely and believe that it's possible for a bullet to disobey Newton/Kepler'…
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Answer JFK was shot 2 times. One in the neck, and one in the head. Actually it may have been 3 times. As above the first shot entered his back and exited his neck - through the knot in his tie. It is possible that the next shot from the rear that hit Kennedy in the head - jerking him forward. Th…
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President Lyndon Johnson was a hawk, and believed that if action wasn't immediately taken, Vietnam, like much of South Asia would be taken over by the communists. While many of his advisors agreed that a more aggressive approach was needed in Vietnam, many also objected to his desire to wait until a…
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Coins are not etched, they are struck or minted. Etching uses acid to dissolve metal or another substance from on top of a substrate. Unfortunately they have no numismatic value other than 1 cent. Some novelty-item collectors will pay a premium for one that's still attached to its original packaging…
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As you can tell by looking at the wording directly under the picture on the coin, the building is _Independence Hall_ in Philadelphia. There is no "Liberty Building". If your coin is copper-nickel clad and taken from circulation, it's worth 50 cents. If it's a proof or uncirculated coin in its orig…
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a 1921 Morgan silver dollar mint San Fransisco is worth about 18-30,000 dollars depending on the condition if uncurculated
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Answer president nooo. your wrong a president serves 4 years in office.
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JFK was against sending Troops to Vietnam. After the Bay o Pigs debacle, JFK want to avoid a new conorntation with the Communists. Military men always want to fight, that is what they are trained for, but JFK could not afford a second bad decision and expext to be reelected. If JFK had not been ambu…
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Beginning of McAuliffe's Interest in Space Program It has been said that watching the 1969 moon landing kindled her interest in space flight.
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He wasn't. There is no president in the history of the United States who was an only child. All of US presidents have had siblings.
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The Vice-President Lyndon Baines Johnson (aka LBJ) became President after Kennedy was killed.
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He tried to back out of the war leaving an anti-communist imprssion but was assasinated before he could succeed.
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John F. Kennedy
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The Kennedy administration stepped up the defense program because of the escalating war in Vietnam. The Cuban Missile Crisis was another reason the defense program was beefed up.
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Can use shuttle monorail It is 4 or 5 miles and not really walkable (though I guess you could cut through various parking lots) as there are not many sidewalks. There is a shuttle train ($5) between JFK and Howard Beach Station. From station you can take the A subway train to Manhattan. It takes …
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John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States (until Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated him).
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About $12.
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<aclass="h2headingh2"style="color:rgb(0,0,0);"name="Answer">Answer</a> mm.. too difficult for me Being seen as 'leader' is culture dependent, or cultural relativist. Also it is time dependent. Someone like Braveheart was in own scottisch surroundings seen as heroic and honest leader, b…
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Yes. In real life there has never been solid reason to imagine otherwise. No person, other than Oswald, has been placed in the area with Oswald's rifle, or anyone else's either. The President was hit twice, not 3 times. Oswald was a pretty good Marine-trained sharpshooter. The footage at Z312-313 s…
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John F Kennedy was a Democrat.
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Answer John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961
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He was elected by a majority of the voters. He also beat the pants off Nixon in a debate. Then he averted war with Russia over Cuba in The Bay of Pigs incident. Then he made everyone pretty much equal with the Civil Rights Act and he only had 2 1/2 years to do it before he was assassinated. He also …
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Frederick Gary Dutton
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Of the 27 million whites counted in the 1860 census, 8 million lived in the slave owning states of the South. Of these, 385,000 owned slaves. Statistically, 4.8% of all Southern whites owned slaves. When factored by the entire population, 1.4% of all United States whites were slave owners. Read mor…
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This is a difficult question to answer. Eisenhower did not start the war (in many ways he inherited it from the French). Eisenhower and the US Congress committed the USA by providing aid in the form of military equipment, advisers and capital to the French first, and then to the South Vietnamese gov…
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Fitzgerald was his mother's maiden name and a name well-known in Boston. His grandfather , John Francis "Honey Fitz" Fitzgerald was mayor of Boston and a help to John in his early political campaigns.It was : John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy
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No, his middle name was Fitzgerald. John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
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The first US military personnel arrived in Saigon in 1950 to assist the French in their war against the communist-led Viet Minh nationalists in the north. After independence and partition in 1954, the first US combat troops arrived in 1965 to support the military regime in South Vietnam against a co…
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you achieve goals by trying your hardest to get where you want to be.
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what does Egypt look like nowits very modern
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"Ask not what your country can do for you, instead ask what can I do for my country?"
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There was no Spalding Foundation. Spalding's novels are fictional according to his biographer.Is there a link or something of the sort where we can read this and not just take your word for it? What you're stating goes against 6 volumes of work from Spalding attesting to these expeditions being legi…
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He was declared dead at Parkland Memorial Hospital, in Dallas Texas, on November 22, 1963. He was shot in Dealey Plaza while riding in his motorcade. His alleged assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was arrested but shot the next day while in police custody. Oswald died in the same emergency room, and so d…
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