Which statement best describes the main idea of John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address?
A) President Kennedy discusses the need for freedom and peace through the cooperation of the nation’s bordering neighbors.
B) President Kennedy vows to uphold the principles the country was founded on, while assisting the poor as well as promoting peaceful relationships with allies and enemies.
C) President Kennedy explains that creating peace and helping struggling nations will take considerable time and much effort.
D) President Kennedy outlines how the world is very different, and it is important for Americans to stand together and support the United Nations in its quest for peace.