President Kennedy guided the United States through the most dangerous times since the Second World War. In his 1,000 days in office he lead America through the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Berlin blockade, the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, and through turbulent times in the cities - the Freedom Riders, segregation and integration, race riots, and lynchings. But by instituting progressive policies of peace abroad and equality at home, President Kennedy made enemies of those who wished for the status quo. His death was a great loss - the loss of what "could have been", the loss of a rare breed of politican who inspired people with a clear vision of the future. "We stand today on the edge of a New Frontier" This collection contains 30 of his greatest speeches.