Jack Kennedy and his political journey

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      ImageJack’s father Joe wants their family to be involved in Politics, so he posh his eldest son Joseph Jr. to be in politics. But when Joe Jr. died His father posh Jack to run for as congressman in 1946, and he won. In 1952 he ran for a Senate seat, he won. While in Senate he passes a bill so big it will define his political career, the Civil Rights Act of 1957. In 1960 presidential election and against Richard Nixon, Jack won the close battle. While in office Jack faces a lot of big problems like the Soviet Union and missile crises. But like a true leader he roused above the politics.

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