Through the Eye of the Needle: Five Perspectives on the Cuban Missile Crisis

@article{Jones2005ThroughTE,
  title={Through the Eye of the Needle: Five Perspectives on the Cuban Missile Crisis},
  author={John A Jones and Virginia H. Jones},
  journal={Rhetoric \& Public Affairs},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={133 - 144}
}
The fortieth anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis has produced a wealth of thought-provoking works that examine “the event that might have triggered WWIII.” In October 1962, an American U-2 reconnaissance plane recorded photographs of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba. Ongoing tension between President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Khrushchev concerning both Berlin and the placement of Soviet weapons in Cuba motivated the president to act. He selected a group of seasoned advisors, referred to as… 
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