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Topics in the 60's

Presidents of the 60's

Presidents of the 1960's

Throughout the sixties there were three different presidents. Dwight Eisenhower, a republican was the first president to carry over into the 60's. He was a republican. Dwight Eisenhower is the 34th president. He led American to victory to end World War 2. Dwight Eisenhower ended his presidency in 1961.

After Eisenhower came John F. Kennedy. John F. Kennedy had many different issues to deal with during the 1960's. The main issue happening was the war on Communism. Kennedy was the youngest president ever to be elected into the white house, and had many supporters from the american people. Kennedy was assisanated on November 22nd 1963.
After kennedy was assisanated vice president Lyndon B. Johnson became president. Johnson served from 1963 until 1969. Johnson also had a great place in history. He established the plan called the great society. Lyndon B. Johnson was known by many as one of Americas best politicians of his time.


John F. Kennedy

Some interesting things about JFK

Born: May 29, 1917
President: 34th
Democratic or republican: Democratic
Graduated from: Harvard

First ever Roman Catholic President

Favorite Quotes

"Ask not what you can do for your country- but what your country can do for you"
-John F. Kennedy

A man without a vote is a man without protection.
-Lyndon B. Johnson

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