Why Is John F Kennedy Unjust

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Do you know which president got assassinated in 1963? It was John F. Kennedy. He was in office for almost 3 years, but he got assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald. He was shot and killed on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. The assassination of John F. Kennedy was unjust because he negotiated the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty and initiated the Alliance for Progress; however, some people believe that his actions led to the Cuban Missile Crisis. The assassination of John F. Kennedy was unjust because he negotiated the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty in 1963. “Negotiations were concluded in Moscow on a treaty to ban all nuclear tests in the atmosphere, in outer space and underwater” (The Test Ban Treaty. 1). President, John F. Kennedy stated this after the Test Ban Treaty was finalized. He negotiated it because he wanted the nation to possess a variety of techniques to detect the nuclear tests of other nations. After he negotiated the Treaty, the tests from other countries would make unmistakable …show more content…

Kennedy was unjust because he initiated the Alliance for Progress. A learned professor said it revealed the twin American weaknesses, naïveté and arrogance, and tended to simplify ’the whole matter of international relations’”(What's in Sacrifice? 1). John F. Kennedy initiated the Alliance for Progress aimed to establish economic cooperation between the U.S. and Latin America. However, some people argue that John F. Kennedy’s assassination was just because some believe that his actions led to the Cuban Missile Crisis. “Since the 1950’s, as part of the Cold War, U.S. and Soviet Military strategy had focused on building nuclear weapons that could be used against each other in a conflict.”(Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis 22). In this quote it proves that John F. Kennedy’s actions did not lead to the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Soviet Union had been planning the crisis for a while. They were building the nuclear weapons since the

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