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    American Experience

    JFK, Part 2, chapter 1

    Chapter 1 of Part 2 of JFK - Ask not what your country can do for you...

    JFK, Part 2, chapter 1

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    American Experience

    JFK Preview

    Premieres Monday and Tuesday, November 11-12, 2013 at 9:00 p.m. ET on PBS.

    JFK Preview

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    American Experience

    JFK Extended Preview

    Premiering Nov 11 & 12, 9/8c. The biography of one of America's most beloved leaders.

    JFK Extended Preview

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    American Experience

    JFK Sneak Peek

    Watch the exclusive 30-minute sneak peek of "JFK," premiering on PBS Nov 11&12 at 9/8c.

    JFK Sneak Peek

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    American Experience

    JFK Series Preview

    Before that moment, beyond the glamour, behind the charm lies the true story of JFK.

    JFK Series Preview

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    American Experience

    JFK, Part 1, Chapter 1

    The first chapter in Part 1 of the American Experience biography "JFK" - special exemption

    JFK, Part 1, Chapter 1

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    American Experience

    JFK and Abusing Power: Private Life

    Kennedy's personal aides knew about his extramarital activities, as did much of the press

    JFK and Abusing Power: Private Life

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    American Experience

    JFK and Age: The Young Congressman

    As a 29-year-old congressman, JFK had little interest in his day-to-day duties.

    JFK and Age: The Young Congressman

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    American Experience

    JFK and Crisis: The Cuban Missile Crisis

    The Cuban Missile Crisis would become one of Kennedy's most lasting legacies.

    JFK and Crisis: The Cuban Missile Crisis

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    American Experience

    JFK on the Enemy: The Red Threat

    Kennedy left his first diplomatic meeting with Soviet Premier Khrushchev feeling uneasy.

    JFK on the Enemy: The Red Threat

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    American Experience

    JFK's First Lady: Jackie and Culture

    Jackie Kennedy worked to curate a new culture of elegance in the White House.

    JFK's First Lady: Jackie and Culture

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    American Experience

    JFK's First Lady: Jackie and the White House

    Jackie Kennedy led a televised tour to debut her restoration of the White House.

    JFK's First Lady: Jackie and the White House

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    American Experience

    JFK and Military Service: The Rescue

    In 1943, Kennedy kept his crew safe after their boat was destroyed by a Japanese vessel.

    JFK and Military Service: The Rescue

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    American Experience

    JFK on Policing the World: The Soviet Menace

    JFK wanted to show Americans he wouldn't be bullied by Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev

    JFK on Policing the World: The Soviet Menace

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    American Experience

    JFK on Policing the World: The Vietnam Question

    JFK decided to make a stand against communism in Vietnam.

    JFK on Policing the World: The Vietnam Question

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    American Experience

    A Titan of American Industry Gives a Piggy Back Ride

    Despite being hard on his only son Edsel, Henry Ford doted upon his grandchildren. 1920

    A Titan of American Industry Gives a Piggy Back Ride

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    American Experience

    Henry Ford "Camping" with Edison and Firestone

    Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Harvey Firestone lunching while "camping" in 1923.

    Henry Ford "Camping" with Edison and Firestone

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    American Experience

    Henry Ford Gives Dance Lessons

    Henry Ford hosted dance lessons in Dearborn twice a week to teach the old ways of dancing.

    Henry Ford Gives Dance Lessons

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    American Experience

    Henry Ford and Thomas Edison

    Thomas Edison was Henry Ford's hero. The inventors remained friends their whole lives.

    Henry Ford and Thomas Edison

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    American Experience

    Two Abolitionists Unite

    Abolitionist activists Angelina Grimke and Theodore Weld come together.

    Two Abolitionists Unite

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    American Experience

    The Burning of Pennsylvania Hall

    An anti-abolitionist mob threatens a meeting and burns Pennsylvania Hall to the ground.

    The Burning of Pennsylvania Hall

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    Frederick Douglass Finds Freedom

    Frederick Douglass and his wife settle in New Bedford, MA where he does hard manual labor.

    Frederick Douglass Finds Freedom

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    American Experience

    Douglass and Garrison Meet

    In September of 1838, Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison met in Nantucket.

    Douglass and Garrison Meet

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    A Powerful Partnership

    Frederick Douglass agrees to join William Lloyd Garrison to advocate for abolitionism.

    A Powerful Partnership

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