A recently uncovered essay by the the 35th President of the United States reveals insight into technology and its ongoing impact on society.

John F. Kennedy will go down in history as the master orator of the political television debate. He was, in many ways, an earlier adopter in this way and understood the true power of the medium and its projected influence on the American voting community of the time. On September 26, 1960, he began to shape the trajectory of mass technology.

Motherboard.TV recently uncovered an essay written by Kennedy on the impact of television on political and social identity that reveals strong insight and attitude on the adoption and integration of future technologies.

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