John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address is structured around two main issues: reinforcing America’s loyalty to its allies and to other nations around the world and inviting the Soviet Union to negotiate and work together with the US.

In the first part of the speech, Kennedy issues a series of pledges for different allies and nations around the world. He promises “those old allies” (l. 34)...

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