A Life Worth Reading: John Fitzgerald Kennedy

| September 10, 2013

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A Life Worth Reading: John Fitzgerald Kennedy

John Fitzgerald Kennedy is an American legend. In his short term in office he accomplished more than many politicians do in a long lifetime of public service. JFK’s story is also an American tragedy. His untimely death and the image of his grieving widow, indeed his grieving country, touches even the hearts of Americans who were not yet born when he was assassinated.

For these reasons and more we continue to learn about and study this celebrated American president. And the best way to learn is with Higher Read’s guide to John Fitzgerald Kennedy. This factual, concise, and easy-to-read book highlights important milestones in JFK’s life. From his influential parentage and early life to his early political career to his presidency and lasting influence on his country, this guide will give you all you need to know to be well informed on our 35th president.

This guide to John Fitzgerald Kennedy skips the speculation, conspiracy, and poorly-documented scandals that often pervade biographies of Jack Kennedy and focuses on the kind of facts you want to know. Devoid also of the stodgy tones of other accounts, this book is a breeze to read.

So sit down, read more, and know more about the man who saved a fellow soldier’s life, started the Peace Corps, and broke down religious and racial barriers for himself and others. After reading Higher Read’s guide to John Fitzgerald Kennedy you will certainly agree that this is a man worth knowing about.

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