KennedyBook - 2002
In his inaugural speech, President Kennedy resolved to meet any hardship to assure the success of liberty. This resolve was severely tested in his short time in office. It was at the height of the Cold War and international politics dominated his presidency. Foreign affairs crises in Cuba, Laos, Berlin and Vietnam had to be handled. Meanwhile, at home, the civil rights movement was gaining momentum and Kennedy's hopes to introduce sweeping social reforms met frequent setbacks.
Publisher: Lewes : 2002. Hodder Wayland,
Branch Call Number: JNF 973.922092 KENN
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill. ; 25 cm