John F. Kennedy became the country's first Roman Catholic president. His administration made significant advances in American civil rights by discouraging racial discrimination and in world peace by maintaining the Western Allies' access to West Berlin, successfully defusing the Cuban missile crisis, and developing the Peace Corps.
"Ask not what your country can do for you-ask what you can do for your country." These words stand as Kennedy's memorable commitment to inspire patriotism in Americans. Kennedy was the youngest man elected to the presidency; on November 22, 1963, he was the youngest to die by an assassin's bullet.
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The Official 2013 Cherry Blossom Festival Print features a massive blooming Yoshino cherry tree upon the shore of the Tidal Basin with the Jefferson Memorial (painted to scale) in the background. Overflowing with bright, bold colors this print will stand out in any setting whether it is hung in an office, hallway, or living room. This is a beautiful print.Click for More Details
Painted over top of the face of a real Kennedy half-dollar is a beautiful, full color collage of Washington DC's most famous landmarks including the US Capitol Building, the Washington Monument, the statue of Abraham Lincoln sitting in his massive memorial, the south portico of the White House and several in-bloom cherry blossom branches.Click for More Details
This bag can be used for anything – a backpack, beach bag, gym bag, you name it. Complete with a drawstring to guard your items this Air Force One black backpack has the words, "AIR FORCE ONE" above the presidential seal and "PRESIDENTIAL CREW – WASHINGTON D.C." underneath.Click for More Details
This white ceramic mug features several of Washington, DC’s finest landmarks including the Iwo Jima Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, the White House, the Washington Monument, the US Capitol Building and the Lincoln Memorial. Cherry blossom flowers are interspersed throughout the memorials and buildings.Click for More Details