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History 140, Section 007 Fall 2009 First Paper Topic Write a 5-6-page paper on the topic below. The paper is due in class on Friday, September 25 . Papers may not be submitted by email. The paper is based on the assigned reading for Discussion #2 on September 16 and Discussion #3 on September 23 as indicated below. The reading for Wednesday, Sept. 16 is Robert F. Kennedy, Thirteen Days: A Memoir of the Cuban Missile Crisis, first published in 1969 , pp. 19-98 and on Blackboard 1) Cuban Missile Crisis Ia [excerpt from Gary Wills, The Kennedy Imprisonment (1982)] and 2) Cuban Missile Crisis Ib [excerpt from Paul Johnson, Modern Times (1983)]. The reading for Wednesday, Sept. 23 , which is all on Blackboard, is 1) Cuban Missile Crisis IIa [excerpt from Richard H. Kohn and Joseph P. Harahan, ed., Strategic Air Warfare (1988)], 2) Cuban Missile Crisis IIb [excerpt from Raymond L. Garthoff, Reflections on the Cuban Missile Crisis (1989)], 3) Cuban Missile Crisis IIc [two articles from the New York Times (1989 and 1992)], 4) Cuban Missile Crisis IId [excerpts from Alexandr Fursenko and Timothy Naftali, “One Hell of a Gamble”: Kennedy, Castro, and Kennedy, 1958-1964 (1997)], 5) Cuban Missile Crisis IIe [Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA , 2008], and 6) Cuban Missile Crisis IIf [Sheldon M. Stern, The Week the World Stood Still: Inside the Secret Cuban Missile Crisis (2005)]. Background
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