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Thirteen Days; a Memoir of the Cuban Missile Crisis Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What Act "formally acknowledged the close ties of foreign, military, economic policy" (127)? (from Thirteen Days, pgs. 106-150)

2.

Who said "I am not going to follow a course which will allow anyone to write a comparable book about this time, The Missiles of October" (98)? (from Thirteen Days, pgs. 89-106)

3.

Why did JFK change the line of interception for the blockade? (from Thirteen Days, pgs. 35-61)

4.

Why did the Assistant for National Security Affairs wait to inform the President about missiles in Cuba? (from Thirteen Days, pgs. 106-150)

5.

Who said "we are now in an entirely new ball game" (74)? (from Thirteen Days, pgs. 63-88)

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