The Uncommon Wisdom of JFK

By William Keogan,
Wisdom from a president who inspired a generation.
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About 40 years ago, I read a book edited by Bill Adler called “The Kennedy Wit.” So it was with a feeling of deja vu that I read Adler's new book, “The Uncommon Wisdom of JFK,” which seems to be an expanded version of the earlier work. Kennedy's years in public office, first in Congress and then as president, coincide with the height of the Cold War. At that time the United States and the Soviet Union were struggling to see whether liberal democracy or Communism would be the dominant political philosophy in the world.

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