Throughout the twentieth century, there were vigorous leaders and inauspicious leaders. One of the top leaders happen to be John Fitzgerald Kennedy of the United States of America.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy very prosperous leader was his speeches that he gave to the american people and to the world trying to make the world a much higher quality place to live. He also asked the american people “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Ma. He was born into a very wealthy family the Fitzgerald and the Kennedy’s, both were prominent Irish Catholic families. JFK was the second oldest out of 9 siblings which they were all extraordinary siblings, and from Eunice Kennedy founding the Special Olympics, Robert Kennedy being a U.S. Attorney General, and Ted Kennedy was one of the most persuasive senators in American History. But other than all of them being substantial to the Government they remained close-knit and supportive of each other throughout their unified lives. JFK attended a Catholic boys boarding school in New Milford, Connecticut called Canterbury, where exceeded in English and history but nearly flunked out of Latin, which he did not have any interest. After he got out of Canterbury he went on to Choate, which is an exclusive Connecticut preparatory school. After graduating from Choate and went to Princeton University for one semester then in 1936 Kennedy transferred to Harvard University. While he was there he was proving to be an average student due to his interest in sports and women. He was also very popular with his classmates at Harvard. As he grew older he began taking his studies seriously and began to realize his potential. Soon after he realized his abilities his father was appointed Ambassador to Great Britain, and was also on an extended visit 1939. Then JFK decided that he wanted to do research and write about why Britain was unprepared to fight Germany. Since JFK wrote an analysis of Britain’s deficiency to meet Nazi challenge, since the analysis was so attractive that JFK’s graduation in 1940 it became published as a book call “Why England Slept”, which sold more than 80,000 copies in United Kingdom and United States. But shortly after graduating Harvard University, JFK joined the United States Navy and was authorized to command a patrol torpedo boat. Then on August 2, 1943 his boat, PT-109, a Japanese warship rammed and split the patrol torpedo boat in two. Killing two sailors and injuring JFK badly in his back, even know he was injured himself he hauled another wounded sailor using his strap from his life vest, and JFK led the sailors that survived to a nearby island, where they were rescued six days later. After they got home he had earned a Navy and Marine Corps medal for “extremely heroic conduct” and also a Purple Heart for the injuries he had suffered from the accident.
After JFK was discharge from US Navy, Kennedy as...