John F. Kennedy

35th President of the United States

1961-1963
Democratic Party

Vice President
Lyndon Johnson



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WWW Links Regarding Our Thirty-Fifth President


Go to the page for John F. Kennedy maintained by the
White House Historical Association.


Read more about John F. Kennedy at the 
American Presidency site maintained by
Grolier's Encyclopedia Americana.


Listen to a portion of the historic Fourth Presidential Debate between then Senator Kennedy and then Vice President Richard Nixon held on October 21, 1960. Also listen to President John F Kennedy's Inaugural Address, containing the now famous remarks, "ask not what your country can do for you.... ask what you can do for your country." And, feel the drama of the moment as the President discusses the Cuban Missile Crisis. Both speeches are brought to you by the Great Speeches Pages from the History Channel, and each is netcasted using the RealAudio player. Need the player? Get it at....

Also listen to JFK speak about the U.S. response to the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. This clip brought to you by the Vincent Voice Library at Michigan State University.


Read the Inaugural Addresses of each of our presidents by going to the site maintained by the Bartleby Library.


Learn more about John F. Kennedy by visiting the Presidency Pages from PBS and the American Experience. Begin with Kennedy's Early Career and take the links to the pages on his presidency, policies and legacy.

Return to the Chief Executive Club Main Page for fast facts and more about our other presidents.

(This page was last edited on October 11, 1998 by Thomas J. Lemmer)