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1 It is very easy to defeat a bill in Congress; It is much more difficult to pass one. John F. Kennedy President 3 found
2 before a special joint session of Congress his goal to initiate a project to put a "man on the moon" before the end of the decade John F. Kennedy President 2 found
3 the discovery of Soviet missiles on the island of Cuba, initiating the Cuban Missile Crisis John F. Kennedy President 2 found
4 the Soviet Union had placed nuclear warheads in Cuba , only 90 miles from Florida. John F. Kennedy President 2 found
5 as in the past, control of the seas still means security, peace and ultimate victory. John F. Kennedy President 2 found
6 Mr. President, you can't say Dallas doesn't love you John F. Kennedy President 2 found
7 the idealistic sentiment, "To those people in the huts and villages of half the globe struggling to break the bonds of mass misery , we pledge our best efforts to help them help themselves. John F. Kennedy President 2 found
8 J. Edgar Hoover that he "personally interested in having this story killed" John F. Kennedy President 2 found
9 a new goal for the United States John F. Kennedy President 2 found
10 of him "Finally a German who isn't uptight", and he was credited as being one of those influential in beginning the 1960's 'Ostpolitik' movement, which, using 'change through rapprochement', re-opened communication with the Eastern bloc John F. Kennedy President 2 found
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