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Who did John F. Kennedy run against in the 1960 presidential election? A. Lyndon B. Johnson B. Adlai Stevenson C. Richard M. Nixon D. Nelson Rockefeller
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User: Who did John F. Kennedy run against in the 1960 presidential election? A. Lyndon B. Johnson B. Adlai Stevenson C. Richard M. Nixon D. Nelson Rockefeller

Weegy: John F. Kennedy run against Richard M. Nixon in the 1960 presidential election.
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User: "My fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for _____—ask what you can do for your _____." A. the world; community B. you; country C. me; me D. the homeless; family

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