AUTHORNathan, James A., Ed.
TITLEThe Cuban Missile Crisis Revisited
PUBLISHERSt. Martin’s Press
CITYNew York, NY

Written thirty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis, this book contains chapters contributed by historians, policy analysts, and participants in that momentous event. Chapter topics include the Cold War environment that led to the crisis, a Cuban perspective, and the Kennedy-Khrushchev letters, as well as historical interpretations of actions taken during the crisis and the legacies of the crisis. The chapter by Raymond Garthoff, who participated in the decision making process during the crisis, is particularly useful to people seeking a summary of the Cuban Missile Crisis. All of the chapters contain extensive footnotes and references.

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