While the undersigned have their own disagreements and varying emphases in interpreting the Cuban affair, we join in finding the Roger Hagan article on the Cuban crisis incorrect and slanted.
Hagan writes, “… the President was confronted with two alternative kinds of risk. He could take a course that would risk war, or a course that would risk his political future and that of his party. Since things turned out well, it seems to be assumed that he chose the right risk. One c...
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