Is there a fair comparison between the international ambitions of Kennedy, Johnson, or Nixon to those of Theodore Roosevelt? On the night of May 3, 1963, “Americans” viewed on TV as “Martin Luther King” “Jars. Battle” to integrate Birmingham, Alabama broke down under a rush of formally endorsed brutality. Birmingham police assaulted serene dark demonstrators with clubs, mutts, and high-weight flame hoses, and surprisingly numerous natives comprehended the broadness of America's racial partition. Maybe nobody respected the occasions with more anguish than President “John Fitzgerald Kennedy”.