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John F. Kennedy, the Democratic nominee for president in 1960, was a senator from New York. Texas. California. Massachusetts.
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User: John F. Kennedy, the Democratic nominee for president in 1960, was a senator from New York. Texas. California. Massachusetts.

Weegy: John F. Kennedy, the Democratic nominee for president in 1960, was a senator from Massachusetts.



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User: Advertising revenues for TV and radio increased dramatically. True False

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