Looking back at the presidency of John Fitzgerald Kennedy of Massachusetts fifty years after his inauguration it seems that no man before or since has impacted the global landscape the same way as he did. From 1960 to 1972 the former Naval officer and war hero was the pace of America, and by an extent the world. His successful maneuvering with the Soviet Union set the pace for foreign policy for the next two decades, the dexterity in which he dealt with the crisis situation in Ireland was a triumphant landmark in the history foreign diplomacy, his ambition on the home-front was finally realized with the help of his right hand man Lyndon Johnson, and the election of 1968. The rudder of the increasingly divided American ship, John Kennedy faced conflict of core American values clash with progressive reality with pure cool. Towards the end of 1963, Kennedy faced a decision of whether or not he was going to seek reelection for the Presidency of the United States.
Plenty more to come, friends