John F. Kennedy | 158

After John F. Kennedy graduated from Harvard in 1940, he joined the Navy shortly after. He had an IQ of 158. Who would have thought he would be the next president back then after winning the US presidential election in 1960? His humor, charm, and youth were said to be his greatest assets, along with his father’s wealth. After he won, he gave one of the most memorable inaugural addresses in history. He said you should not ask what your country could do for you and Instead, ask what you could do for your country.

People might have a lot of good memories about the 35th US president, but he’s best remembered for his successful fiscal programs. It dramatically helped expand the US economy at the time because of the number of investments made. Kennedy also fought hard for civil rights legislation to enhance equal rights for everybody.