Unity In Jfk Inaugural Address

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Unity: Nations’ Key of Success Since I was a child, I have learned an Arabic proverb which is “ union is strength”. As I grew up, I found out that most of the world political problems are due to division instead of working together as one person to achieve our ultimate goals. Therefore, unity is a mean of powerful as Kennedy says, “United, there is little we cannot do” but “divided, there is little we can do”(939). This is exactly the new beginning that John F. Kennedy summons his American fellow and citizens of the world to work on in 1961. In his inaugural address, Kennedy demonstrates how significant it is to create unity within the nation and the world supported by three main phases: peace, poverty, and liberty. John F. Kennedy assures…show more content…
Kennedy says, “Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of liberty”(939). Kennedy promises to protect Americans’ rights and help any friend at any price to ensure the survival of liberty. We all know that Americans are fortunate to have unalienable human rights that not all people around the world have, and that what makes America distinctive. Moreover, Kennedy speaks to his fellow citizens of the world and states, “Ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man”(941). He encourages people around the world not to wait for what can America help them on, but what they can do if they cooperate with others as members of this world to protect an essential element, which is freedom, to improve the criteria of life to all people who were deprived from it. In brief, according to Kennedy, when the world is united and liberties are granted, that will “assure a more fruitful life for all mankind”(Kennedy
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