"we like the movies, bring us the movies." - SPFHS Film Appreciation Club 2010
Following the surprising results of the 1960 Presidential Election, JFK was sworn in as the next president of the United States. An outsider from the older Yale-adjacent Washington power brokers, Kennedy seemed to signal a youthful and fresh perspective to the nation's increasingly stale Cold War policies.
Alongside his "New Frontier" appointees, JFK was determined to steer a new legacy, breaking with the conventional wisdom of the time. But he would soon learn an important lesson, having the top job…