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John F. Kennedy: A Psychological Analysis
A look at John F. Kennedy's family life, focusing on his relationship with his father, the views of Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler on illnesses, education and personality type.
# 20225 | 1,800 words | 8 sources | 1993 | US
Published on Mar 17, 2003 in History (U.S. Presidency) , Psychology (Freud) , Psychology (Jung)

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"John F. Kennedy: A Psychological Analysis

The Kennedy family and John F. Kennedy, in particular, have
fascinated generations of Americans. Some would say that it is our country's desire for a king and royal family. Whatever the reason for the adulation of the Kennedy's, no other first family has surpassed theirs as a focus for national attention and adoration. It is the purpose of this paper to provide a psychological analysis of John F. Kennedy in terms of various well-known theories of psychology.

John Kennedy's political career became quite serious at the moment of his brother's death in World War II. Joe, Jr., the first and favorite son of former Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy, was the chosen family member for political success. His death moved Jack into line for the White House. Journalist Bob..."

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