JFK: The Presidency of John F. Kennedy by Herbert S. Parmet:

This paper analyzes the book, “JFK: The Presidency of John F. Kennedy”, by Herbert S. Parmet: The president’s background, politics, ideology, advisers, civil rights and impact of his father.

The purpose of this paper is to analyze and discuss the book, JFK: The Presidency of John F. Kennedy, by Herbert S. Parmet.

This book, the second in a biographical series on JFK, provides an overview of Kennedy’s presidency, with an emphasis on the most outstanding (or notorious) episodes during his tenure, such as civil rights, the Cuban missile crisis, the Bay of Pigs, and other historical events. These events are covered in successive chapters, detailing the episodes which most people will find historically interesting.

Parmet’s precise background is not mentioned in the book. However, he is obviously a seasoned writer in the area of political science, since his earlier works include; Aaron Burr: Portrait of an Ambitious Man, Eisenhower and the American …

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