In October 1962 the United States and the Soviet Union came as close as they ever did to a nuclear confrontation. A mistake in judgment by either side could have resulted in the death of millions. Does the Cuban Missile Crisis represent the tactical skill of the Kennedy Administration, or evidence of a serious failure in both intelligence gathering and diplomacy since things had gotten to such a critical condition?
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