Profiles in Courage


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Profiles in Courage

John F. Kennedy’s anthology of biographies of brave statesmen. [Am. Lit.: Profiles in Courage]
See: Bravery
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Four educational and historical presentations were given during History Talks "Aurora Profiles in Courage," a free program hosted by the city of Aurora's G.A.R.
Kennedy cited in the opening lines of 'Profiles in Courage': grace under pressure," the foundation wrote in a (https://profileincourageaward.org/obama/) statement on its website.
What was most striking about the event, however, was how it reminded those in attendance, overtly and by implication, of the many "profiles in courage" experienced in government every day.
It is named for Kennedy's 1957 Pulitzer Prize-winning book, ''Profiles in Courage,'' which recounts the stories of eight U.S.
ONE OF THE GREAT works in politics and political rhetoric is John E Kennedy's Profiles in Courage, a book that won the Pulitzer Prize in 1957 for "Biography or Autobiography." JFK himself showed courage in his bravery in World War II and his taking of responsibility for foreign policy failures in his own Administration.
Kennedy won a Pulitzer Prize for his book "Profiles in Courage" in 1957.
Kennedy in Profiles in Courage the book which inspired Whalen's account.
Kennedy's 1956 book, Profiles in Courage, chronicled the stories of eight U.S.
Kennedy's Profiles in Courage profiled US Senators who paid political costs for crossing party lines or defying public opinion in order to do what they felt was right; similarly, Whalen (social science, Boston U.) examines the actions of nine American presidents.
On cue, Obama plays the Kennedy card throughout his book, tossing in passages from Profiles in Courage.
In Profiles in Courage, John E Kennedy spoke of politicians and politically courageous acts.
Profiles in Courage for Our Time, edited by Caroline Kennedy.