John F. Kennedy Quote

Finally, I believe in an America with a government of men devoted solely to the public interests - men of ability and dedication, free from conflict or corruption or other commitment - a responsible government that is efficient and economical, with a balanced budget over the years of the cycle, reducing its debt in prosperous times - a government willing to entrust the people with the facts that they have - not a businessman's government, with business in the saddle, as the late Secretary McKay described this administration of which he was a member - not a labor government, not a farmer's government, not a government of one section of the country or another, but a government of, for and by the people.


John F. Kennedy: "Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy, Convention Hall, Philadelphia, PA," October 31, 1960. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project.

John F. Kennedy: Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy, Convention Hall, Philadelphia, PA[presidency.ucsb.edu]

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Finally, I believe in an America with a government of men devoted solely to the public interests - men of ability and dedication, free from conflict...

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Finally, I believe in an America with a government of men devoted solely to the public interests - men of ability and dedication, free from conflict...

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Finally, I believe in an America with a government of men devoted solely to the public interests - men of ability and dedication, free from conflict...

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Finally, I believe in an America with a government of men devoted solely to the public interests - men of ability and dedication, free from conflict...