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In this book, President Kennedy tells us what immigrants have done for America, and what America has done for its immigrants. It is one of the dramatic success stories of world history.... It can stand as a testament to a cause President Kennedy cherished, and which we should carry on.

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  • 10-17-21

An amazing listen with much depth to out current world.

I was very surprised that this book was so thought provoking and still resonates to where we are now in the US.
It is a fast listen but well read. It pulls no punches on how the US feels special.
It also stated clearly how we need immigrants as much as they need us. This should be in our schools and in our discussions. While I knew much on this topic, it was more than I thought and to learn from this was a gift. Worth the price and the time!

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immigration 101

every American should read this book book relevant still today in 2021god bless the USA

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Wonderful words, Badly Read

This book is fantastic in it's telling of the value of immigrants to the United States, but the voiceover is KILLING ME. It's disjointed as if it's the first time the reader is reading the material. I find myself focusing more on the pacing and strangeness of the read than on the content itself.

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An Interesting Review of Immigration Through 1963 by JFK

This is an interesting summary and overview of immigration to the United States from our country's origin until 1963. Many of the issues our country is debating today is a variation of historical debates. Therefore, although somewhat dated, a reader can see that the issues are very similar.

I found this work to be very illuminating and I learned a good deal. The reading itself is good, but not great. There are some stumbles and mispronouncing, which are understandable, but considering this is a commercial product, could have been repaired with a second take. Overall I did find the audiobook satisfactory, but not excellent. Thank You...

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Interesting topic, bad narration

It seems like the narrator was told, ‘hey, Will, could you knock this out before you leave for lunch?’