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The traditional interpretation of the Cuban missile crisis is held by nearly all of the participants in the crisis, as well as by many contemporary observers, including numerous journalists and political scientists of the 1960s and 1970s. For the most part, the traditionalists form a cohesive interpretation, with nearly all traditional writers agreeing on at least three basic issues.
Erb, Lisa A., "The Cuban Missile Crisis: Was Kennedy's Way the Best Way?" (1989). Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection. Paper 20.