Compare and Contrast Between JFK and Eisonhower speeches

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Intoduction During cold war, there were many presidents of United States of America, who gave speeches, but only couple of them had a great response. In January 1961, the United States of America was above to get a new administration of John Kennedy and the era of Dwight Eisenhower’s administration was going to an end. Within a week of each other, both of them decided to address the nations by their perspective - Eisenhower made a farewell speech and Kennedy delivered his inaugural address. There were many significant similarities and differences in the speeches. Comparison and Contrast Farewell Speech Inaugural Speech Eisenhower focused some of his address on domestic issues such as two-danger warning. Kennedy spent his entire address talking in more global terms and development of country by controlling military expenses. The speech was "a solemn moment in a decidedly unsolemn time", warning a nation "giddy with prosperity, infatuated with youth and glamour, and aiming increasingly for the
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