John F. Kennedy Quote

The effort to improve the conditions of man, however, is not a task for the few. It is the task of all nations—acting alone, acting in groups, acting in the United Nations, for plague and pestilence, and plunder and pollution, the hazards of nature, and the hunger of children are the foes of every nation. The earth, the sea, and the air are the concern of every nation. And science, technology, and education can be the ally of every nation. Never before has man had such capacity to control his own environment, to end thirst and hunger, to conquer poverty and disease, to banish illiteracy and massive human misery. We have the power to make this the best generation of mankind in the history of the world—or to make it the last.


UN speech, 25 September 1961

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The effort to improve the conditions of man, however, is not a task for the few. It is the task of all nations—acting alone, acting in groups,...

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The effort to improve the conditions of man, however, is not a task for the few. It is the task of all nations—acting alone, acting in groups,...

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The effort to improve the conditions of man, however, is not a task for the few. It is the task of all nations—acting alone, acting in groups,...

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The effort to improve the conditions of man, however, is not a task for the few. It is the task of all nations—acting alone, acting in groups,...