In a time of turbulance and change -John F Kennedy

In a time of turbulence and change, it is more true than ever that knowledge is power.
—John F. Kennedy


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    Hi Kumar,
    John F. Kennedy added to the front end of the famous quote, “Knowledge is power.” This is true, of course, but only when it is applied.
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  2. Well, this sounds a bit bitter in times of NSA assaults on everyone’s privacy. Power can be usurped, and the usurpation of knowledge not voluntarily shared is an infringement of basic human rights. I wonder if under Kennedy the same thing would have happened. And many believe that he was not to see the end of his presidency because he held some strong views. We’ll probably never know.
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