John F. Kennedy
3 Noteworthy Achievements
2) Peace Corps - Kennedy asked Congress to create the Peace Corps in order to send American volunteers to aid struggling countries.
3) Through executive order established the President's committee on Equal Employment Opportunity, making a large step toward racial integration by disallowing denying employment based on race.
2) Construction of the Kinzua Dam - displaced roughly 600 Seneca, and continued with construction despite being asked by the American Civil Liberties Union to stop.
3) Got off on the wrong foot with relation with the Soviet Union by reacting aggressively to a speech made about the Cold War. Increased tensions.
Members of Cabinet
Secretary of the Treasury C. Douglas Dillon (1961-63)
Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara (1961-63)
Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy (1961-63)
Postmaster General J. Edward Day (1961-63), John A. Gronouski, Jr. (1963)
Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall (1961-63)
Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman (1961-63)
Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges (1961-63)
Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg (1961-62) W. Willard Wirtz (1962-63)
Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare Abraham A. Ribicoff (1961-62) Anthony J. Celebrezze (1962-63)