Remembering John F. Kennedy
50 years after the tragic event in Dealey Plaza, we remember John F. Kennedy. More than his incredible personal style (we’ll talk about that later), JFK was an eloquent speaker and an influential leader. Whether Democrat or Republican, no one could deny his power of persuasion.
Kennedy’s words flowed like poetry, and while many attribute his sound speeches to chief speechwriter Ted Sorensen, no one can argue that Kennedy’s words were some of the most prolific of a generation.