In spite of his tragic death in November 1963, John F. Kennedy remains one of the most popular American presidents. Aside from the great set-piece speeches that helped to define him as a world leader, he possessed a richly warm sense of humor and a ready wit honed both at home and on politics. This collection presents hundreds of examples of that very wit, from Kennedy's opinions on the campaign trail to his view of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Christina Koning's previous books include A Treasury for Mothers and Fabulous Time.