1. President John F Kennedy was the youngest person to assume the presidency by election.
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5. In September 1935, President John F Kennedy made his first trip abroad when he traveled to London with his parents and his sister Kathleen.
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6. In July 1937, President John F Kennedy sailed to France—taking his convertible—and spent ten weeks driving through Europe with Billings.
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11. Ambling around the plots near the tiny St Columba's chapel, President John F Kennedy paused over Koehler's white granite cross grave marker and pondered his own mortality, hoping out loud that when his time came, he would not have to die without religion.
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14. At the start of his first term, President John F Kennedy focused on Massachusetts-specific issues by sponsoring bills to help the fishing, textile manufacturing, and watchmaking industries.
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24. In late 1961, President John F Kennedy sent Roger Hilsman, then director of the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research, to assess the situation in Vietnam.
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29. On March 6, 1961, President John F Kennedy signed Executive Order 10925, which required government contractors to "take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, creed, color, or national origin".
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32. That evening President John F Kennedy gave his famous Report to the American People on Civil Rights on national television and radio, launching his initiative for civil rights legislation—to provide equal access to public schools and other facilities, and greater protection of voting rights.
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33. On November 21, 1962, in a cabinet meeting with NASA administrator Webb and other officials, President John F Kennedy explained that the Moon shot was important for reasons of international prestige, and that the expense was justified.
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36. Three months prior to his third birthday, in 1920, President John F Kennedy came down with scarlet fever, a highly contagious and life-threatening disease, and was admitted to Boston City Hospital.
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38. Many vividly remember where they were when they first learned the news that President John F Kennedy was assassinated, as with the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, before it and the September 11 attacks after it.
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