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Ask not what your country can do for you, but rather ask what you can do for your country.



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No. John F. Kennedy made these words famous in his inaugural address in 1961.



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U.S. President John F. Kennedy delivered his only inaugural address at 12:51 (ET) Friday, January 20, 1961


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John F. Kennedy made his inaugural address in D.C. on Friday, January 20, 1961, just after he had taken the presidential oath of office, conducted by Chief Justice Earl Warren.