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The Cuban Missile Crisis: Trading the Jupiters in Turkey?
Barton J. Bernstein reassesses the relationship between the U.S. Jupiter missiles in Turkey and the Cuban missile crisis. He concludes that analysts previously missed critical evidence and thus erroneously reported that President Kennedy ordered the removal of the Jupiters from Turkey before the Cuban crisis erupted and that the Kennedy administration considered trading its Jupiters in Turkey only after the Soviets raised the issue.

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