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President John F. Kennedy.

President John F. Kennedy.

Take a look at some of these childhood photos and see if you can name the U.S. president.
Compiled by: Liz Tomaselli

This Democrat ended racial segregation in the armed
Photo Credit: AP, 1900

This Democrat ended racial segregation in the armed forces.

Harry S. Truman was the 33rd president. (1947)
Photo Credit: AP

Harry S. Truman was the 33rd president. (1947)

This president urged the country to
Photo Credit: AP

This president urged the country to "build a great society."

Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th president.
Photo Credit: AP

Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th president.

He was the first man to visit the
Photo Credit: AP

He was the first man to visit the USSR as both president and vice president.

Richard Nixon was the 37th president.
Photo Credit: AP, 1972

Richard Nixon was the 37th president.

This president was nicknamed the
Photo Credit: AP, 1868

This president was nicknamed the "trust buster."

Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president.
Photo Credit: Library of Congress

Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president.

This Democrat was president of the Harvard Law
Photo Credit: AP

This Democrat was president of the Harvard Law Review.

Barack Obama is the 44th president. (2012)
Photo Credit: AP

Barack Obama is the 44th president. (2012)

This Republican previously served as Ambassador to the
Photo Credit: AP

This Republican previously served as Ambassador to the United Nations and Chairman of the Republican National Committee.

George H. W. Bush was the 41st president.
Photo Credit: AP

George H. W. Bush was the 41st president.

This president signed the Social Security Act.
Photo Credit: AP, 1892

This president signed the Social Security Act.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd president.
Photo Credit: Library of Congress

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd president.

This president was responsible for creating the Department
Photo Credit: AP, 1938

This president was responsible for creating the Department of Energy.

Jimmy Carter was the 39th president. (1978)
Photo Credit: AP

Jimmy Carter was the 39th president. (1978)

This Democrat was the first Roman Catholic president.
Photo Credit: AP. 1917

This Democrat was the first Roman Catholic president.

John F. Kennedy was the 35th president.
Photo Credit: AP

John F. Kennedy was the 35th president.

This president made Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Photo Credit: AP, 1931

This president made Martin Luther King Jr. Day a national holiday.

Ronald Reagan was the 40th president. (1988)
Photo Credit: AP

Ronald Reagan was the 40th president. (1988)

This Democrat was the first president since Franklin
Photo Credit: AP, 1948

This Democrat was the first president since Franklin D. Roosevelt to win a second term.

Bill Clinton was the 42nd president. (2011)
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Bill Clinton was the 42nd president. (2011)

This president's State of the Union address was
Photo Credit: AP

This president's State of the Union address was the first to be broadcast live on the internet.

George W. Bush was the 43rd president. (2008)
Photo Credit: AP

George W. Bush was the 43rd president. (2008)

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