Jfk Soviet Union Speech Analysis

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A Speech that Influenced the Soviet Union
In October 22, 1962, John F. Kennedy delivered a speech to declare the findings of nuclear missiles located in Cuba. President Kennedy gave an effective speech pointing out what responses he was going to take in order to eliminate the crisis in Cuba. John F. Kennedy responded to the citizens of Cuba, the Soviet Union, and the United States with the goal of encouraging Cuba to be a part of a "free world" , as opposed to a "communist world" ("The Cold"). The speech was established to encourage the Cubans to remove the idea of communism, in favor of capitalism, to go against The Soviet Union. His speech was directly about the findings of the missiles that Khrushchev and Castro have placed in Cuba and
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With addressing the citizens of Cuba, the Soviet Union, and the American citizens Kennedy demanded the removal of nuclear missiles. The citizens of Cuba were addressed with a being an unstable government. Kennedy wanted to help Cuba remove the idea of communism in order to help fight for the well-being of the citizens which were in danger with the hidden nuclear missiles and turn Cuba into a more capitalist country. Kennedy addresses the Soviet Union with complete exposure with the findings of nuclear missiles. He wants them to feel intimidated by the American military, and wants them to know that they will take whatever set is necessary. When Kennedy addresses the United States he hopes for faith and hope, Kennedy does not want more disturbances than there already are, he wanted them to remain calm during the crisis helping Kennedy resolve the issue with improved thoughts (Kennedy 159). At the beginning of Kennedys presidential career he was not successful when involved in The Bay of Pigs which gave him a bad reputation. With Kennedy switching it up, having Khrushchev remove the nuclear missiles it makes Kennedy 's spech a very important factor during the Cold

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