Quality of U.S. Decision Making during the Cuban Missile Crisis

@inproceedings{Herek1989QualityOU,
  title={Quality of U.S. Decision Making during the Cuban Missile Crisis},
  author={Gregory M. Herek and Irving L. Janis and Paul K. Huth},
  year={1989}
}
Obviously, the conclusions from any systematic investigation of historic crises may require modification when new information becomes available. In the previous article, David Welch claims that new information about the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, the most thoroughly documented of the 19 crises in our study of the relationship between decisionmaking process and outcome (Herek et al., 1987), casts doubts on our findings. Further, he questions the main conclusions of our entire study, not only on… CONTINUE READING