President John F. Kennedy and Robert S. McNamara, President of the Ford Motor Company are seen here posing for photographers December 13, 1960 in Washington DC. Kennedy named McNamara to be his Secretary of Defense. (UPI/File)
President Ronald Reagan is seen here in this file photo from 1960 with his wife Nancy and their children Ronald Jr. and Patti. Reagan, the 40th President of the United States of America, was instrumental in bringing about the collapse of communism and an end to the Cold War. The former President is now 92 and has been suffering from alzheimer's for over ten years. (UPI/File)
WAX2001112701 - 27 NOVEMBER 2001 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: Kofi Annan, shown here as a member of the college trake and feild team at Macalester College in 1960, has been chosen to recieve the Noble Peace Prize in December of 2001..mk/mk/HO UPI
Joseph P. Kennedy, his wife, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, with their son, John, and his wife, Jacqueline, on November 9, 1960, shortly after receiving official word that John had been elected president of the United States of America. (UPI Photo/Files)
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