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    engaged in a 13 day political crisis. The Cuban Missile was engaged in many different thing and happen to be the biggest event of the 20th century. The Cuban Missile had left a big impact on John F. Kennedy's Presidential Legacy, it had a link to Bay of Pigs, had a world wide support for the actions of the United States, and Rationale for the Soviet Union. The Cuban Missile Crisis was a direct and important part of history, it was an attack between the United States and Soviet Union. The two became

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    JFK was the Bay Of Pigs Invasion. The Bay Of Pigs Invasion was a plot to overthrow Cuba's communist government. This plan was started before his presidency. Later when he was a president, he learned about the plan. On March 11, 1961, Kennedy invited CIA director Allen Dulles and Richard Bissell the CIA's chief of operations to the white house. They were all going over plans on how the mission was going to be like. Dulles and Bissells both said that they were going to start the invasion with air strikes

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    Fidel Castro is one of the most debated leaders in history. Castro ruled Cuba, from 1959 to 2008, as a one party socialist state following the overthrow of the dictator, Fulgencio Batista. Under his rule, Cuba was able to back up the Soviet Union, their ally, during the Cold War, and create radical reforms to better the lives of Cubans, especially through land and education. His legacy is widely debated as being infamous or not, as at times the economy prospered under him, but after the Soviet Union

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    Fidel Castro

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    Politics Information on Che Guevara Fidel Castro once said, “What do Americans know about…a tyrant's atrocities, except in the novels and movies?” (Paterson, 255). It was with the help of this negative attitude that Cuba, in the years after Castro took over, dealt with the United States in terms of trade agreements, military dealings, and government systems (such as communism). When he first came into power, Castro promised to uphold the Cuban Constitution of 1940, which guaranteed citizens

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    Cuban and U.S. Relations

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    administrations. Not as much during the Eisenhower administration as the Kennedy administration did tensions between between the two countries intensify. Kennedy faced many a different situations as President. He faced such situations like the Bay of Pigs Invasion and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Tensions have mounted high for a long time between Cuba and the United States. Towards the end of President Eisenhower's second term he ran into the increasingly strident attacks from the radical Fidel Castro

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    help one another. The Cuban Revolution was considered to be a direct threat to Pan-Americanism because it was the first communist government to be established in the western hemisphere. My purpose for writing this paper is to discuss why the Bay of Pigs Invasion happened, why it was a failure, and how it effected U.S. relations with Cuba and other com...

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    Fidel Castro

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    Fidel Castro In 1959, a rebel, Fidel Castro, overthrew the reign of Fulgencia Batista in Cuba; a small island 90 miles off the Florida coast. There have been many coups and changes of government in the world since then. Few if any have had the effect on Americans and American foreign policy as this one. In 1952, Sergeant Fulgencia Batista staged a successful bloodless coup in Cuba . Batista never really had any cooperation and rarely garnered much support. His reign was marked by continual

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    The Central Intelligence Agency was created on July 26, when Harry S. Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947 into law. A major motive that would be mentioned over the years for the creation of the CIA was the unimaginable incident of Pearl Harbor, but whatever Pearl Harbor's role, in the beginning of World War II it was clear that in government circles that there was a need for a group to setup government intelligence efforts, and the FBI, the State Department, the War Department, and even

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    This brought the two countries closer together. Now the CIA focused their efforts on assassinating Castro, to stop the rot of Communism. Including various attempts such as an exploding cigar, poison and an attempt to overthrow Castro at the Bay of Pigs, however Castro evaded all American efforts to kill him. In December 1961, Castro announced that he was going to set up a Communist government in Cuba. This was yet again another blow for the US, to have a Communist country only 90 miles away

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    imminent threat for the administration was in Cuba. While the Bay of Pigs incident turned out to be a disaster and the Cuban Missile Crisis left Fidel Castro firmly ensconced in power, the administration maintained its anti-Castro options by continuing undeclared guerrilla war against Castro. While the administration refused to go ahead

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