In 1,000 days in office, John F. Kennedy captivated a nation and inspired a generation. His mastery of a new form of media-television-enabled him to become the most accessible president of his time. Kennedy energized the presidency and imbued it with unrivaled style and grace. The Everything John F. Kennedy Book is an intimate portrait of our youngest president and his lasting legacy, covering: His privileged childhood and the influence of his parents; Illnesses and family tragedies that shaped him; Meeting and romancing Jacqueline Bouvier; His part in the first televised presidential debates; The Bay of Pigs invasion and the Cuban missile crisis; His commitment to the Peace Corps and the space race; His connection with the Civil Rights movement; and His assassination in Dallas. From World War II hero to beloved president, Kennedy's short life and tragic death left a permanent mark on the American psyche. More than forty years later, his message of hope resonates with a whole new generation of Americans. Relive the drama, the romance, and the promise of the Kennedy presidency.