John F. Kennedy Quote

... what really counts is not the immediate act of courage or of valor, but those who bear the struggle day in and day out - not the sunshine patriots but those who are willing to stand for a long period of time.


"Remarks at the White House to Members of the American Legion (70)," March 1, 1962, Public Papers of the Presidents: John F. Kennedy, 1962.

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What really counts is not the immediate act of courage or of valor, but those who bear the struggle day in and day out - not the sunshine patriots...

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What really counts is not the immediate act of courage or of valor, but those who bear the struggle day in and day out - not the sunshine patriots...

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What really counts is not the immediate act of courage or of valor, but those who bear the struggle day in and day out - not the sunshine patriots...

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What really counts is not the immediate act of courage or of valor, but those who bear the struggle day in and day out - not the sunshine patriots...