[A]sk not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country. Explain why the quotation above is viewed as one of the most significant lines of John F. Kennedy’s speech

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The importance of this quote is that it is very motivational: it invited the people to be active participants in the affairs of their country and to work towards the greater good of the country, leaving egocentric demands aside.

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