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Kennedy’s inauguration is best remembered for:



1. the list of promises in his speech

2. his elegant and inspiring rhetoric

3. the record cold in Washington that day

4. the large and friendly crowd

5. the flatness of his delivery


I would say 3 .

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    I disagree.

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    The directness of his delivery?

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