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Evolution of a President: John F. Kennedy and Berlin

@inproceedings{Labinski2011EvolutionOA,
  title={Evolution of a President: John F. Kennedy and Berlin},
  author={Nicholas Labinski},
  year={2011}
}
EVOLUTION OF A PRESIDENT: JOHN F. KENNEDYAND BERLIN Nicholas Labinski Marquette University, 2011 This paper examines John F. Kennedy’s rhetoric concerning the Berlin Crisis (1961-1963). Three major speeches are analyzed: Kennedy’s Radio and Television Report to the American People on the Berlin Crisis, the Address at Rudolph Wilde Platz and the Address at the Free University. The study interrogates the rhetorical strategies implemented by Kennedy in confronting Khrushchev over the explosive… Expand

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