John F. Kennedy

The Inaugural Address

Inaugural Address/Jan. 20, 1961

John F. Kennedy gave a speech on Jan. 20, 1961. He wanted people to all be equal and everyone can come to the United States if they felt they wanted to. He wanted everyone to have a home or shelter and to have food and live a normal life, unlike in other countries were they had to work for a little bit of food and just enough shelter.

Goals of the speech

What do I feel was achieved by this speech-He helped people get to a free life and a normal one to.

.What do I feel the audience wanted in the speech-I think that the audience was fine with the speech because everyone was cheering at the end of it.

What reward could be gained from the speech-He could make a lot more people like him for what he did, he could a lot of money if it was good enough, and he could help a lot of people that are suffering in another country.

Why is the speech valuable-It is valuable because it was the speech that allowed people to move to the United States a lot easier and safer.

Speech Value

Why is the speech valuable-It is valuable because it was the speech that allowed people to move to the United States a lot easier and safer.


What can the speech include to improve its value for today-It can allow people to come into the country but they would have to check them for guns or weapons for them to enter the country.