John F. Kerry
John Kerry was the son of a foreign service officer. He spent most of his young childhood in Europe, including boarding school in Switzerland. For high school, he lived at the exclusive boarding school St. Paul's in Massachusetts. Then, he attended Yale.
After Yale, he enlisted as an officer in Vietnam. He won several medals for his service. He was disturbed by the war, and became the leader of Vietnam Veterans Against the War when we returned home.
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