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Despite the warning, on October 14 a U. These images were processed and presented to the White House the next day, thus precipitating the onset of the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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Kennedy summoned his closest advisers to consider options and direct a course of action for the United States that would resolve the crisis. Some advisers—including all the Joint Chiefs of Staff—argued for an air strike to destroy the missiles, followed by a U. The President decided upon a middle course.

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That same day, Kennedy sent a letter to Khrushchev declaring that the United States would not permit offensive weapons to be delivered to Cuba, and demanded that the Soviets dismantle the missile bases already under construction or completed, and return all offensive weapons to the U. The letter was the first in a series of direct and indirect communications between the White House and the Kremlin throughout the remainder of the crisis. Nevertheless, during October 24 and 25, some ships turned back from the quarantine line; others were stopped by U. Meanwhile, U. With no apparent end to the crisis in sight, U.

On October 26, Kennedy told his advisors it appeared that only a U. The crisis had reached a virtual stalemate. That afternoon, however, the crisis took a dramatic turn. ABC News correspondent John Scali reported to the White House that he had been approached by a Soviet agent suggesting that an agreement could be reached in which the Soviets would remove their missiles from Cuba if the United States promised not to invade the island. It was a long, emotional message that raised the specter of nuclear holocaust, and presented a proposed resolution that remarkably resembled what Scali reported earlier that day.

We are ready for this. Although U. The next day, October 27, Khrushchev sent another message indicating that any proposed deal must include the removal of U. Jupiter missiles from Turkey.

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That same day a U. U—2 reconnaissance jet was shot down over Cuba. James G. Hershberg, The Cuban missile crisis, in Melvyn P. Leffler, Odd Arne Westad eds. A memoir of the Cuban missile crisis New York: W. Norton, edition , 7.

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Tom V. Also, among the several thousands messages that citizens sent to the White House, the ratio was 22 in favour to 1 against. George, Awaiting, xviii. The Crusader, 4, 5 January : 3. Robert F.


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Williams papers. Unless we as a nation join the revolution, and go back to the revolutionary spirit that characterized the birth of our nation, I am afraid that we will be relegated to a second-class power in the world with no real moral voice to speak to the conscience of humanity.

The latter also documents a similar criticism of that invasion coming from the black press too. Clayborne Carson, Tenisha H. Armstrong, Susan A. Carson, Erin K. Before the Cuban crisis, it had been unfruitfully negotiated for years in Geneva. It was the first international agreement over nuclear arms control. Burlingame Books - Harpercollins, , See also, for instance, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. The article is also available here: www. The previous quote also comes from this Levison letter. So he proposed King a text to be sent as a private letter to Kennedy. Finally he suggested to have the letter delivered to the President through Burke Marshall Assistant to the Attorney General Robert Kennedy and in charge of civil rights matters , or alternatively through Andrew Hatcher Assistant to the White House Press Secretary, the first African American to hold such position.

Letter from Clarence B. Jones to Martin Luther King, Jr. Armstrong, eds. The meeting did not happen until October Carson, Armstrong, eds.

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Ultimately, however, he was unable to provide details, despite repeated invitations and questions on our part to help clarify the matter for historical accuracy. Jones, I have always seen him as a man of sound judgment, deep insights, and great dedication. In he joined the team of lawyers defending Martin Luther King. On these issues, see David J. In particular, having already written two big books on the Kennedy brothers and their times, each containing chapters on civil rights and on their relations with King, Schlesinger may well have decided not to return on such topics.

The second of said books in particular — Robert Kennedy and his times - had just been published as he received the document from Levison in The volumes of this broad project are published in chronological order, along several years, and the one covering the period of the Cuban crisis has not been released yet. It met regularly during the course of the crisis. VII, Quoted in Clayborne Carson, Tenisha H. V Oakland: University of California Press, , Intondi, African Americans.

Two clear examples of this will suffice.

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Intondi, African Americans, During the Cuban crisis, Rustin organized the largest peace rally of the week in the US, gathering between 8. Campus , Giorni, , , ; Lawrence Wittner, Resisting the Bomb, The struggle against the bomb — A history of the world nuclear disarmament movement, Vol. Intondi, African Americans, 4, , Craig, F. Krenn ed. The article is quoted in Lewis V.

Baldwin, To make the wounded whole. A typed draft of the article is also available here: www. So Bella and King could not have been already aware of this new development when they met. Muste, Thomas Merton. Aldo Capitini, Donald Soper. On the reactions of religious and nonviolent exponents or groups, see Campus, Giorni, , , John F.

In this regard, the attack on Adlai Stevenson for advising the President to advance specific negotiation proposals to Khrushchev seems to us symptomatic. Schlesinger, Jr. On the final legacy of the Kennedy administration on civil rights, historians disagree. Kennedy, New York: St. Both episodes come from T. However, there is currently no specific evidence of said episode having had any impact on Dr.

Stanley Levison to Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. On the Cuban Missile Crisis and its perceptions he has published several research articles and the award-winning book: 'I sei giorni che sconvolsero il mondo. La crisi dei missili di Cuba e le sue percezioni internazionali' Firenze: Le Monnier, , pp. He is also author of the book 'Non solo canzonette.

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