How does President Kennedy want his audience to respond to this difference in his inaugural speech?

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President Kennedy was an excellent public speaker. In his inauguration address, President Kennedy was trying to inspire the nation, especially younger Americans, to become more involved in helping others either at home or abroad.

President Kennedy wanted to inform people that times were changing. A new generation was in charge, and new ideas were being presented. He wanted Americans to start to consider how they...

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