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pp. 554-55: Meeting with Joint Chiefs: Naftali and Zelikow, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. II, 578-98. vol. II, 578-98.

p. 555: "Can you imagine": O'Donnell and Powers, 318.

p. 555: After JFK left the room: Naftali and Zelikow, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. II, 597-98. vol. II, 597-98.

p. 555: JFK told Bundy: FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 117. 117.

p. 555: Told RFK and Sorensen: Sorensen, 780.



p. 556: Afternoon meeting: FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 116-22. 116-22.

p. 556: RFK urged JFK: Brugioni, 303-4.

p. 556: Oct. 20 meeting: FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 126-36. Also see JFK conversation with Omsby-Gore, Zelikow and May, 126-36. Also see JFK conversation with Omsby-Gore, Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 5. vol. III, 5.

p. 556: "that we would accept nothing: Ibid., 148.

p. 556: JFK asked the Times: Times: JFK to Orvil Dryfoos, Oct. 25, 1962, Box 29, POF; Zelikow and May, JFK to Orvil Dryfoos, Oct. 25, 1962, Box 29, POF; Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 4. vol. III, 4.

p. 557: JFK told Taylor: Naftali and Zelikow, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. II, 614. vol. II, 614.

p. 557: For calls to the former presidents: FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 153. 153.

p. 557: For the National Security Council meeting: Ibid., 152-56, and Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 42-57. vol. III, 42-57.

p. 557: Meeting with congressional leaders: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 60-90. vol. III, 60-90.

p. 557: Joked with Humphrey: Richard Reeves, 393.

pp. 557-58: JFK comment to Donald: Donald, 13.

p. 558: DDE to JFK: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 12. vol. III, 12.

p. 558: "the most difficult meeting": Robert Kennedy, 53, 55.

p. 558: JFK to NSK, Oct. 22, 1962: FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 165-66. 165-66.

pp. 558-59: JFK speech: PPP: JFK, 1962, PPP: JFK, 1962, 806-9. 806-9.

p. 559: "We have won": Quoted in Richard Reeves, 397. NSAM No. 196, in FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 157. 157.

p. 559: Ex Comm meeting, 10 A.M. A.M., Oct. 23: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 102-140. vol. III, 102-140.

p. 560: NSK to JFK, Oct. 23, 1962: FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 166-67. 166-67.

p. 560: JFK and Clay: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 146-47. vol. III, 146-47.

p. 560: Enforce the blockade: Ibid., 148-49.

p. 560: Evening Ex Comm meeting: Ibid., 150-73.

p. 560: JFK to NSK, Oct. 23, 1962: FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 168. Soviet shipment of warheads by plane also worried JFK. Because Moscow would need landing rights in West Africa for this shipment, JFK won agreement from the presidents of Guinea and Senegal not to allow it. See Philip Kaiser, 197-99. 168. Soviet shipment of warheads by plane also worried JFK. Because Moscow would need landing rights in West Africa for this shipment, JFK won agreement from the presidents of Guinea and Senegal not to allow it. See Philip Kaiser, 197-99.

p. 560: JFK and RFK: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 177. vol. III, 177.

pp. 560-61: RFK initiative and meeting with Dobrynin: Fursenko and Naftali, 251-53; FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 175-77; Zelikow and May, 175-77; Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 178-82. vol. III, 178-82.

p. 561: Ex Comm meeting, Oct. 24, 10 A.M. A.M.: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 183-205. vol. III, 183-205.

p. 561: The MRBMs and Soviet knowledge of SAC's nuclear alert: Fursenko and Naftali, 256, 258.

p. 561: "This was the moment": Quoted in Schlesinger, Robert Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, 514. 514.

pp. 561-62: State Dept. report, report to McCone, and JFK worried: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 188, 191-92, 196-98. vol. III, 188, 191-92, 196-98.

p. 562: "We're eyeball": Rusk, 237.

pp. 562-63: McNamara and Anderson: Roswell L. Gilpatric OH; Shapley, 176-77; Brugioni, 415-17.

p. 563: Afternoon meetings, Oct. 24, 1962: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 206-26. vol. III, 206-26.

p. 563: JFK told Macmillan, Ibid., 226-28.

p. 563: NSK to JFK, Oct. 24, 1962: FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 169-70. 169-70.

pp. 563-64: Knox-Khrushchev meeting: William E. Knox OH.

p. 564: JFK to NSK, Oct. 25, 1962: FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 171. "He could not go to war": Fursenko and Naftali, 259-62. 171. "He could not go to war": Fursenko and Naftali, 259-62.

p. 564: NSK's proposal: Fursenko and Naftali, 259.

p. 564: JFK's temporizing: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 232-69. vol. III, 232-69.

p. 564: "a sense of euphoria": Ibid., 253.

p. 564: U Thant, JFK, and Macmillan: Ibid., 261-62, 280. Also, FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 183, 191-97, 199, 203-4, 210-12. 183, 191-97, 199, 203-4, 210-12.

pp. 564-65: AES and Zorin: New York Times, New York Times, Oct. 26, 1962. Oct. 26, 1962.

p. 565: "I never knew": O'Donnell and Powers, 334.

p. 565: Lebanese ship boarding: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 284. vol. III, 284.

p. 565: For quotes from the Oct. 26 meetings: Ibid., 287-88, 293, 295, 302, 309-10, 312, 328, 345.

pp. 565-66: NSK's letter: Llewellyn Thompson OH. FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 172-77. 172-77.

p. 566: Scali-Fomin meeting: Fursenko and Naftali, 263-65. Fursenko and Naftali believe that Fomin took this initiative on his own. But it so closely reflected two of NSK's proposals as to make it doubtful that Fomin acted without instructions. Indeed, would any KGB operative have taken the initiative on so large a matter?

p. 566: Ex Comm meeting, Oct. 27, 10 A.M. A.M.: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 356-57, 380, 382. vol. III, 356-57, 380, 382.

pp. 566-67: NSK's revised Oct. 26 letter: FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 178-81. 178-81.

p. 567: Response to the revised proposal: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 363-64, 366, 377, 385-86. vol. III, 363-64, 366, 377, 385-86.

pp. 567-68: The afternoon-evening Oct. 27 Ex Comm meeting: Ibid., 387-482. The JFK quotes are on 398-400, 417, 419, 421.

p. 568: JFK to NSK, Oct. 27, 1962: FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 181-82. 181-82.

pp. 568-69: RFK's record of conversation with Dobrynin: FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 270-71. 270-71.

p. 569: The meeting on the Turkish pledge: Bundy, 432-33.

p. 569: JFK instruction to Rusk: Blight and Welch, 83-84.

p. 569: "the most depressing": O'Donnell and Powers, 341.

pp. 569-70: State Dept. cable: FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 276-77. 276-77.

p. 570: RFK and McNamara: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 509. vol. III, 509.

p. 570: The presidium meeting: Fursenko and Naftali, 283-87.

p. 570: NSK's replies to JFK, Oct. 28, 1962: FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, FRUS: Kennedy-Khrushchev, 183-87, 189-90. 183-87, 189-90.

p. 570: On LeMay: Fursenko and Naftali, 287. JCS to JFK, Oct. 28, 1962, in Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 517. vol. III, 517.

pp. 570-71: Meeting with the Chiefs: Beschloss, Crisis Years, Crisis Years, 544. 544.

p. 571: JFK's view of the agreement and future difficulties: Zelikow and May, Presidential Recordings, Presidential Recordings, vol. III, 517-23. vol. III, 517-23.

p. 571: JFK could not a.s.sume: PPP: JFK, 1962, PPP: JFK, 1962, 814. The CIA saw little danger that the Soviets would delay dismantling the missiles: "Implementation of Khrushchev's Message of Oct. 28," CIA, Memo, Oct. 29, 1962, Box 415, NSF. 814. The CIA saw little danger that the Soviets would delay dismantling the missiles: "Implementation of Khrushchev's Message of Oct. 28," CIA, Memo, Oct. 29, 1962, Box 415, NSF.

p. 571: "We've given K.": Komer to McGeorge Bundy, Oct. 29, 1962, Box 322, NSF.

p. 571: "We must operate": JFK to Robert McNamara, Nov. 5, 1962, Box 274, NSF.

p. 571: "I am sure": JFK to McCone, Dec. 15, 1962, Box 68, POF.

p. 572: On the negotiations: May and Zelikow, 663-65.

p. 572: The news conference: PPP: JFK, 1962, PPP: JFK, 1962, 830-31. 830-31.

p. 572: "Considering the size": JFK to McNamara, Nov. 5, 1962, Box 274, NSF.

p. 572: "An invasion would have been": Schlesinger, A Thousand Days, A Thousand Days, 831. 831.

p. 572: Continued covert opposition to Castro: May and Zelikow, 665; FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 586-90, 668-87. JFK, Background Briefing for the Press, Dec. 31, 1962, Box 415, NSF. JFK continued to worry about Cuban subversion in the hemisphere; see JFK to John McCone, Feb. 9, 1963, Box 68, POF. 586-90, 668-87. JFK, Background Briefing for the Press, Dec. 31, 1962, Box 415, NSF. JFK continued to worry about Cuban subversion in the hemisphere; see JFK to John McCone, Feb. 9, 1963, Box 68, POF.

pp. 572-73: JFK's performance: Bird, 242-46.

p. 573: "unimaginative and sterile": Arthur Schlesinger to JFK, Nov. 17, 1962, Box 5, Arthur Schlesinger Jr. Papers, JFKL.

p. 573: "a different president": Barton J. Bernstein, "Reconsidering the Missile Crisis: Dealing with the Problems of the American Jupiter Missiles in Turkey," in Nathan, 106-7. Cf. Beschloss, Crisis Years, Crisis Years, 564. 564.

pp. 573-74: NSK's motives: May and Zelikow, 668-71.

Chapter 17: New Departures: Domestic Affairs

p. 575: JFK's image: Dean Acheson to JFK, Oct. 29, 1962, Box 27, POF; Harriman memo of conversation with James Reston, Oct. 30, 1962, Box 588, Averell Harriman Papers, LC; Pierre Salinger to JFK, Oct. 30, 1962, Box 65, POF; Gen. Lauris Norstad to JFK, Nov. 1, 1962, Box 103, POF; Newsweek, Newsweek, Nov. 12, 1962. Nov. 12, 1962.

p. 576: For JFK's medications during the crisis, see Dr. Janet Travell medical records, October 1962, JFKL. For the Stelazine, see the Dec. 11-13, 1962, records.

p. 576: JFK on physical fitness: PPP: JFK, 1963, PPP: JFK, 1963, 624-25. 624-25.

pp. 576-77: On the Stevenson flap: Stewart Alsop and Charles Bartlett, "In Time of Crisis," Sat. Eve. Post, Sat. Eve. Post, Dec. 8, 1962; Dec. 8, 1962; PPP: JFK, 1962, PPP: JFK, 1962, 873; 873; FRUS: Missile Crisis, FRUS: Missile Crisis, 134, 137-38, 145, 567; Schlesinger, 134, 137-38, 145, 567; Schlesinger, A Thousand Days, A Thousand Days, 835-38; Lawrence Freedman, 220. Also see JFK to AES, Dec. 5, 1962; AES to JFK, Dec. 8, 1962, Evelyn Lincoln Papers, JFKL; Clayton Fritchey to Salinger, Dec. 10, 1962; Stevenson to Salinger, Dec. 10, 1962; Stevenson to John Steele, Dec. 10, 1962, Box 65A, POF. 835-38; Lawrence Freedman, 220. Also see JFK to AES, Dec. 5, 1962; AES to JFK, Dec. 8, 1962, Evelyn Lincoln Papers, JFKL; Clayton Fritchey to Salinger, Dec. 10, 1962; Stevenson to Salinger, Dec. 10, 1962; Stevenson to John Steele, Dec. 10, 1962, Box 65A, POF.

p. 577: Legislative record: Henry H. Wilson Jr. to Larry O'Brien, July 9, 1962; "Kennedy Legislative Boxscore," Congressional Quarterly, Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 14, 1962, Box 31, POF. Larry O'Brien to JFK, Sept. 10, 1962, Box 64, POF. James M. Burns letter to Editor, Nov. 14, 1962, Box 31, POF. Larry O'Brien to JFK, Sept. 10, 1962, Box 64, POF. James M. Burns letter to Editor, New York Times, New York Times, dated July 30, 1962, published Aug. 5, 1962. dated July 30, 1962, published Aug. 5, 1962.

pp. 577-78: "were talking quite honestly": McGeorge Bundy to JFK, Aug. 20, 1962, Box 405, NSF.

p. 578: "The President is just": HST to JFK, Aug. 11, 1962, Box 33, POF.

p. 578: Worked behind the scenes: JFK to Charles Bartlett, Aug. 21, 1962; Martin S. Ochs to JFK, Aug. 30, 1962, Box 27, POF.

p. 578: Speak "over and over": Lou Harris to JFK, July 26, 1962, Box 30, POF.

pp. 578-79: For JFK's campaign speeches, see PPP: JFK, 1962 PPP: JFK, 1962 for May-Oct., and specifically 414-16, 643-44, 722, 734-35, 739-40, 745, 763-64, 799-800. for May-Oct., and specifically 414-16, 643-44, 722, 734-35, 739-40, 745, 763-64, 799-800.

p. 579: JFK's hold on the public: Schlesinger, A Thousand Days, A Thousand Days, 664. 664.

pp. 579-80: The congressional elections: Gallup, 1786-88; TCS [Sorensen], "It looks as though we might gain in the Senate and lose in the House," Nov. 6, 1961, Box 66A, POF; Lou Harris to JFK, "a.n.a.lysis of the 1962 Elections," Nov. 19, 1962, Box 30, POF; PPP: JFK, 1962, PPP: JFK, 1962, 834-35, 891; Richard Reeves, 429. 834-35, 891; Richard Reeves, 429.

p. 580: Approval rating: Gallup, 1793.

p. 580: hailed as "your excellent": Lou Harris to JFK, Nov. 19, 1962, Box 30, POF.

p. 580: The housing order: PPP: JFK, 1962, PPP: JFK, 1962, 831-32, 835. 831-32, 835.

p. 580: "see the editors": Quoted in Richard Reeves, 316.

p. 581: On Monroe and the Kennedys: Thomas C. Reeves, 317-27; and Schlesinger, A Thousand Days, A Thousand Days, 590-91, who quotes Lawford. 590-91, who quotes Lawford.

p. 581: JFK's health care: Parmet, JFK, JFK, 120-24. 120-24.

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