Why did people love John F. Kennedy so much?
he fought for equality and the economy was good during his presidency. He was shot and people appreciated those who are murdered
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I was about 20 at the time Kennedy was shot and yes he was amazingly popular. Both in the USA and in Australia.
Answer . Shock. There was also a fear that this was an act of foreign agression.
i notice that people who love each other fight a lot, because theyare to used to each other and need to get away sometimes. take mymom and my step dad for example, they fight more than ever!!! otherwise sometimes people just fight because both people refuse tocommunicate, and sometimes a certain per…son can be stuck with theirways and don't want to change their ways, and the other person canbe like that to. However, if you are in a relationship with someone who isphysically abusive (regardless of whether the abuser is a man or awoman), please leave that relationship; this kind of"argumentation" is not normal or safe. ( Full Answer )
People like dogs for various reasons. Some like dogs because they provide companionship and unconditional love. Others cling to dogs because they are unable to foster meaningful relationships with other people. Others like dogs because they can control them and it gives them a sense of power. The re…asons that people love dogs are as numerous as there are dog owners. More reasons: They are loyal until the end. When you're sad, somehow they know it and try to cheer you up. There are so many kinds, to match every different person's personality. There's just something a dog has that no other animal has that makes us smile. Maybe it's the wagging tail, or the big smile they have. Maybe it's just that cute little thing about how a puppy rolls around on the floor and an old dog like to take naps with you. There really isn't any other kind of animal to take a dog's place.. ( Full Answer )
In the early 1960's people with the different skin colour (Blacks and Whites) where treated differently. They had also had to use different public facilities. For example, Blacks couldn't eat in the same restaurants, drink out of the same drinking fountains, or use the same bathrooms as Whites. Blac…ks were lived in ghettos while Whites were moving into richer suburban areas. Many did not have a chance to vote. Blacks and Whites usually went to separate schools. President John F. Kennedy helped change this unfairness by developing the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 banned segregation in the US schools and public places. It also started the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. ( Full Answer )
President JohnF. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22,1963 at aged 46. Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested for the crime.Oswald was murder two days later by Jack Ruby. Various groupsbelieved that Kennedy was the victim of a conspiracy. However, theFBI and the Warren Commission officia…lly concluded that Oswald wasthe lone assassin. ( Full Answer )
kids love stuff that is treats our parents usually make us eat healthy stuff so when we eat candy we love it it has lots of sugar and is great
because they tell them, waht to do and because the gave their special needs daughter a frontal labotomy, Teddy left a young woman to die, and the mad their money illegally being rum runners! for your info!
It will depend on the shape and condition of the button. You may beable to get up to $30 for the button in good condition.
Well, first of all, the heart is what keeps you alive. And 2nd..... People love their heart so much, because, they can keep everything in their, and know it stays their.
There's no such coin. JFK's picture is on the HALF dollar. Please look at the denomination on the back side of the coin.
John F. Kennedy was the 35 th president of the United States of America. Over the course of his presidency, the "Space Race" took place; Kennedy wrote several speeches pertaining to this. Years ago, John F. Kennedy was assassinated in the great state of Texas.
1964: 90% silver, 10% copper 1965-69: 40% silver 1971-present: 88% copper, 12% nickel (i.e. no silver)
Kennedy was young and good looking and had a pretty wife and twointersesting children. He was a good speaker and captured theimagination of the public. Then he was tragically killed. He hadtwo brothers who were prominent senators and made a lot of news.His wife married again to a billionaire so his …name remained in thenews after his death and his son was killed dramatically. He alsoas President of the United States and had an exciting 1000 days,risking was with the USSR. So, altogther he captured the interestof the American people and the world. ( Full Answer )
Jane Jeffery is an interesting person. John Hunter is as well(yer by that u mean retarded). These two love each other because, funny enough they are competitive and know the boundaries. and also they are both very special people in that they are both very ditzy blondes. lol. My name is John Hunter …yes i am VERY ditzy. Caleb and Cameron r the smartest people ever random peeps . john . Cameron . caleb . jordon.r . emory . Stephen . Jacob . luke . jordon .m . Michael .t . Kenny.p . shill . Liam . reeden is a massive artard/retard/loser ( Full Answer )
JFK made $100,000 a year as President and more from royalties from his book Profiles in Courage
I do not think any rational person doubts that he was assassinated. Who did it and why people are not so sure about.
I love meat! We all need it! I'm honestly obsessed with bacon and steak. Another answer One reason is we need a little meat for protein but we need some fish, chicken, turkey mostly. Too much red meat is not good for the colon and intestines. I suppose it boils down to the way you were raised al…so. ( Full Answer )
John F. Kennedy ran for the office of the presidency against Richard M. Nixon, who was the vice president at the time under Republican president Dwight D. Eisenhower. Kennedy was widely seen as a higly charismatic individual who embraced new methods of politicking during his bid for the presidency. …The Kennedy-Nixon debate was the first televised presidential debate. Kennedy did well in the debate, while Nixon began sweating giving his face the appearance of melting. After viewers of the debate were polled many who saw it felt Kennedy had won, while those who listened to the debate on radio felt Nixon had won. A modern day similarity would be the use of websites like Youtube and facebook in the last election. Kennedy was also a major supporter of civil rights, and a veteran of WWII. Prior to his bid for president he served as a congressman and a senator. Kennedy's election is not so much about what he did to get elected, but who he was, and what he later did for the American people. ( Full Answer )
YES to some people but he was also bad to others. tHE president before JFk (i don't remember who...) had promised to assit cuba in their war. It was a war to overthrow castro, the - very bad ruler of Cuba- so the soldiers from the U.S. and supplies they were going to bring to help was on it's …way . But then another presiden't got elected while the plan was still going on. John F. Kennedy. So JFK pulled all the U.S. soldiers out of Cuba leaving the cubans alone and in need of U.S. help. But since we didn't go to help them, they did get caught and killed. So many people were killed and thrown into the bay, they call it the bay of pigs- because people were just slaughtered like pigs. There are numerous books about it and JFK gets the blame for it. ( Full Answer )
Many stamps were issued around the world, with Kennedy on them. The US stamps aren't worth much, about .20cents for either of them.
"Value" in collectibles does not only rely on how old an object is, but whether it is rare or common. John F. Kennedy died in 1963. Though this seems very long ago, it is not "old" in the world of collecting. Also, recordings were more easily made between 1940s-1960s and more people were making au…dio records. For example, girlfriends and wives used to make "records" at the local drug store to send overseas to soldiers in the war(s). As well, JFK was a highly popular President whose words resonated across the USA. So a recording of JFK is not rare. You might want to keep it in your family. In another 50-100 years, it might be rarer to have a copy and thus increase in value. But for now, it is not worth much at all. ( Full Answer )
There are so many things that were so amazing about John F Kennedy.He is the one who initiated the Alliance for Progress and alsonegotiated the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty among other great leadershipskills.
For one thing, girls went crazy over them, but not all Beatles fans in the 60's were girls contrary to popular belief. Their music was a very new sound at the time, no matter how much those mean critics may disagree. Later on, they became pop culture icons for their generation, and their later studi…o albums were largely groundbreaking.(If you've never listened to a full album, I would suggest doing so if you form opinions of them, because it's very annoying when people walk up to me and go "Hurr, the beetles suck because they did stupid girly songs, durr.") I hope this answers your question. Listen to "The White Album," if you have an open mind you won't regret it, I promise. ( Full Answer )
No one wanted John Kennedy dead, his death is still the talk of conspirators as to the who, what , and why and wherefores.
John F. Kennedy supported ideas about exercising. Some of theoutdoor activities he believed in where touch football, jogging,and other outdoor sports.
He refused to accept any salary as President, same as Herbert Hoover. Washington indicated that he would serve without pay but did not want to set a precedent that future presidents would find a hardship to honor ,and so accepted a small salary.
Parking at JFK You can use two different types of parking at JFK airport: 1) Long-Term JFK Airport ParkingLefferts Blvd, 4 miles from CTA AirTrain services link parking with the terminals. $18 for up to 24 hours $6 for each 8-hour period over first 24 hours 2) Daily JFK Airport ParkingGree…n parking - Terminals 1, 2, 3 Blue parking - Terminal 4 Yellow parking - Terminals 5 & 6 Orange parking - Terminal 7 Red - Terminals 8 & 9 $3 for the first half hour $6 for up to 1 hour $3 for each additional half hour, up to $33 maximum each 24-hour period ( Full Answer )
You can get from JFK to Penn Station by subway: you take the shuttle, called the AirTrain, from inside the JFK terminals to the Howard Beach Station of the A train (of the A-C-E, the blue line). The A train stops at Penn Station. Very few subway stations are accessible by wheelchair. Penn Station …is one of the few that has elevators for wheelchair patrons, and the shuttle (the AirTrain) is also wheelchair accessible. The Howard Beach Station is wheelchair accessible, too. So you are in luck. See the Related Links below for more information about wheelchair access and public transportation in New York City. If you want, you can also just take a cab. You can always get a yellow cab at the airport, although you might have to wait awhile for one. If you don't want to wait, you can call a car service in advance to pick you up. There are two main car service companies that service the New York area: Carmel (212-666-6666) and Dial 7 Car & Limo (212-777-7777). Both provide excellent service; it really doesn't matter which one you pick. ( Full Answer )
John F. Kennedy is special in many ways. One way he is special is that he encourages Americans to do great things. He introduced the Peace Corps and was a great president. Everyone is special in their own way. John F Kennedy was different from the other presidents. For he had a greater impact on how… we Americans live. The Peace Corps still is in here today. The Peace Corps helps people in other countries. ( Full Answer )
yes he did-however he did not want to be seen wearing them while in public.
there is no 1876 JFK coin in existance, John f Kennedy was president in the 1960's, he was not even born is that time period. if you ment to put 1976, it would be worth about 50 cents.
He was young for a president and was cut down in the prime of life. He had a beautiful wife and two appealing children. People still remember the picture of little John John saluting the funeral cortege. In short, he became a sort of cult figure.
I think Jackie Kennedy only married Onassis, to get away from the publicity. She married him to get away from the drama and other things that were going on because of JFK's death.
As of 2012, from JFK to Manhattan or vice versa, there is a $52 flat rate for New York City yellow cabs, NOT including tips, tolls and the 50-cent New York State tax. Yellow cabs carry up to four passengers.
From personal experience i can tell you i sold mine for $80.00 i found a buyer and they were very interested in the John F Kennedy trinkets. They had no second thoughts they bought it right away. So i think you could sell yours for atlest $60.00. Good Luck.
Human nature i think. The ability to love and have hope are what will probably enable us to survive as a species.
He came back from the war as a hero. He was young and nice-looking. His Irish name and background helped him in his home state. He had unlimited campaign financing and inside political contacts from his family,
He was young and good-looking and a good speaker. He made a good first impression. He had a beautiful and interesting wife and two attractive children. And then, he was tragically struck down! Also he was an Irish Catholic President and that alone gave him a popularity base.
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Most people love JFK because of his untimely death. The realm of what if really puts JFK in the hearts of Americans. I love JFK because he changed the way politics were to run, how he stood up for the common man and how he was going to change America!
people love blue So much because bule might be there school color or it might be there room color or it might be there frinend favorite color or there teachers or it might be the color of there chair color at school or it may be your favorite color.
A combination of charisma and social events at the time. America was dealing with the social upheaval of the 60s while still trying to come to terms with the consequences of the Korean war. This created a large point of contention for Americans because we didn't want to enter another long, drawn-out… foreign political conflict. Kennedy promised Americans that as long as he was in office, we would stay out of Vietnam. This is one of the reasons he was so popular almost universally. The other reason was his skill at public speaking and charismatic disposition. People just loved the guy because he was very likable and personable and, most of all, he promised to keep us out of an unpopular war. Unfortunately, his promise was only as good as long as he was in office. When Pres. Johnson took office, we entered the Vietnam war not long after. ( Full Answer )
Kennedy desired a career in politics. In 1946 he became a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives from the Massachusetts eleventh congressional district. Kennedy built a large personal organization for his campaign. On whirlwind tours he met as many voters as possible. He talked to the peopl…e in a direct, informal style about the topics that they were concerned with. In this campaign and in all the others, his brothers, sisters, and mother supported him. His brothers, Robert (1925-1968) and Edward (also called Ted; 1932-), acted as his managers, while his sisters and mother held social events to raise money for his campaigns. Kennedy won the primary, the fall election, and reelection to the House in 1948 and again in 1950. He worked for better social welfare programs, particularly in the area of low-cost public housing (or affordable places for people to live). In 1949 he became a member of the Joint Committee on Labor-Management Relations. In this capacity, Kennedy was a strong supporter of labor, working for higher wages and better working conditions. Kennedy supported the domestic programs of President Harry Truman (1884-1972), including social welfare programs, progressive taxation, and regulation of business. However, he did not follow Truman's policies in foreign relations. For example, he was against the fighting in Korea "or any other place in Asia where [the United States] cannot hold our defenses.". ( Full Answer )
Yellow cabs charge a flat rate of $45 (NOT including tolls, tax and tip) between JFK and any point in Manhattan. Yellow cabs carry up to 4 passengers. Car services (such as Carmel, 212-666-6666, and Dial 7 Car & Limo, 212-777-7777) will charge comparable rates.
For trips between (to and from) Manhattan and JFK International Airport , the flat fare is $45.00 plus any tolls using Rate Code 2 on the meter.
John F Kennedy (JFK) was the 35th president of the united states. He sailed on the boat PT 109 and it got destroyed by the Japanese when he fought in world war 2. He fought in the war as a PT commander.
All circulated bicentennial half dollars are still worth 50 cents. It's not a rare coin.
People love the bible so much because it is the word of God that shows how to receive salvation from sins and how to have peace in this troublesome world.
Because she has an incredible voice, she does a lot for charity and she comes across as a sweet person. She is a very good role model for girls and women all over the world.