Season Two Sources

This bibliography was assembled our season two fact-checker, Matthew Giles.

Books used throughout

Bitter Fruit: The Story of the American Coup in Guatemala, Stephen Schlesinger and Stephen Kinzer, 2005

Fidel: A Critical Portrait, Tad Szulc, 1983

Bay of Pigs: The Untold Story, Peter Wyden, 1979

The Man Who Kept the Secrets: Richard Helms and the CIA, Thomas Powers, 1979

A Thousand Days: John F. Kennedy in the White House, Arthur Schlesinger, 1965

The Fourteenth Day, David Coleman, 2012

Gambling with Armageddon: Nuclear Roulette from Hiroshima to the Cuban Missile Crisis, Martin J. Sherwin, 2020

The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton, Jefferson Morley, 2017

The Road to Dallas, David E. Kaiser, 2008

“One Hell of a Gamble”: Khrushchev, Castro, and Kennedy, Timothy Naftali and Aleksandr Fursenko, 1997

Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations Between Washington and Havana, William M. LeoGrande and Peter Kornbluh, 2014

Gangsterismo: The United States, Cuba, and the Mafia: 1933 to 1966, Jack Colhoun, 2013

A Hidden History of the Cuban Revolution, Stephen Cushion, 2016

Cuba: Anatomy of a Revolution, Leo Huberman and Paul M. Sweezy, 1969

Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War, Che Guevara, 1963

Sources Frequently Cited

The Mary Ferrell Foundation (Ed. Note - An essential, donation-supported repository of declassified FBI, CIA and other files originally released by the Church Committee, Warren Commission, the House Select Committee on Assassinations, and other investigations). (e.g. archives of The Miami Herald, Associated Press, United Press)

The State Department’s Foreign Relations series

The National Security Archive at George Washington University

The Miller Center at the University of Virginia

Episode 2

Writings of John Quincy Adams; Volume VII, John Quincy Adams, 1913

John Quincy Adams and the Monroe Doctrine,” Worthington Chauncey Ford, 1902

Life of Stephen A. Douglas, United States Senator from Illinois, Henry M. Flint, 1860

Book review: ‘José Martí: A Revolutionary Life,’ by Alfred J. López,” Ann Louise Bardach, 2015

Indigenous Cuba: Hidden in Plain Sight,” Jose Barreiro, 2017

Searching for Cuba’s Pre-Columbian Roots,” Hillary Gulley, 2016

Guantánamo: An American History, Jonathan M. Hansen, 2011

Origins of Wealth and the Sugar Revolution in Cuba, 1750-1850,” Franklin W. Knight, 1977

Migration and Culture: A Case Study of Cuba, 1750-1900,” Franklin W. Knight, 2008

The 1809 Immigration of Saint-Domingue Refugees to New Orleans: Reception, Integration and Impact,” Paul LaChance, 1988

Cuba and the United States in the Atlantic Slave Trade (1789–1820),” Marial Iglesias Utset, Jorge Felipe Gonzalez

Moses Taylor Pyne and the Sugar Trade,” Maeve Glass, 2016

The Threat of a Free Haiti,” Samuel Farber, 2016

Cuba and the United States: Origins and Antecedents of Relations, 1760s–1860s,” Louis A. Perez Jr., 1991

The Last Slave Ships: New York and the End of the Middle Passage, John Harris, 2020

Cuba and the United States: Ties of Singular Intimacy, Louis A. Perez Jr., 2003

The Returns to U.S. Imperialism, 1890-1929,” Stanley Lebergott, 1980

U. S. Control Over Cuban Sugar Production 1898-1902,” James H. Hitchman, 1970

Cuba, From Tip to Tail,” Wil S. Hylton, 2007

The Architecture of Nineteenth-Century Cuban Sugar Mills: Creole Power and African Resistance in Late Colonial Cuba Power and African Resistance in Late Colonial Cuba,” Lorena Tezanos Toral, 2015

British Concentration Camps of the Second South African War (The Transvaal,1900-1902),” John L. Scott, 2007

The Boer War, Thomas Pakenham, 1979

Some Thoughts on the Evolution of Boer War Concentration Camps,” Tony Lucking, 2004

Franklin Pierce: Foreign Affairs” Jean H. Baker

Fagen: An African American Renegade in the Philippine-American War, Michael Morey, 2019

Credit 'Splendid Little War' to John Hay” 1991

McKinley and the Spanish-American War” John L. Offner 2004

Creating the American Century: The Ideas and Legacies of America's Twentieth-Century Foreign Policy Founders, Martin Sklar, 2017

Cuba: A New History, Richard Gott, 2004

If That Is Heaven, We Would Rather Go to Hell:” Contextualizing U.S.-Cuba Relations,” Luis E. Rumbaut and Rubén G. Rumbaut ,2007

Contesting Castro: The United States and the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution, Thomas G. Paterson, 1995

Myths of Racial Democracy: Cuba, 1900-1912,” Alejandro de la Fuente, 1995

The American Touch in Imperial Administration: Leonard Wood in Cuba, 1898-1902,” James H. Hitchman, 1968

Supervision of a Protectorate: The United States and the Cuban Army, 1898-1908,” Louis A. Pérez, Jr., 1972

Politics, Peasants, and People of Color: The 1912 “Race War” in Cuba Reconsidered” Louis A. Pérez, Jr., 1986

Unfinished Business: Public Works in Cuba, 1898-1902,” James H. Hitchman, 1975

Tariff Incidence: Evidence from U.S. Sugar Duties, 1890-1930,” Douglas A. Irwin, 2014

Cuba's Dance of the Millions: Examining the Causes and Consequences of Violent Price Fluctuations in the Sugar Market Between 1919 and 1920,” Kevin Grogan, 2004

Earl Smith, 87, Ambassador to Cuba in the 1950's,”Marvine Howe, 1991

The Miami-Havana Connection:The First Seventy-Five Years,” Francis J Sicius, 1998

Prelude to Glass-Steagall: Abusive Securities Practices by National City Bank and Chase National Bank During the ‘Roaring Twenties’,” Arthur E. Wilmarth Jr., 2016

The Machadato and Cuban Nationalism, 1928-1932,” Jules R. Benjamin, 1975

US Diplomacy and the Downfall of a Cuban Dictator: Machado in 1933,” Philip Dur, Christopher Gilcrease, 2002

Cuba: Peten's Passenger,” 1933

Fulgencio Batista: The Making of a Dictator, Frank Argote-Freyre, 2006

The United States and the Origins of the Cuban Revolution: An Empire of Liberty in an Age of National Liberation, Jules R. Benjamin, 1992

Havana, Cuba: Contraband Capitalism and Criminal Organization in North America,” Peter Schneider, 2018

The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade, Alfred McCoy, 1972

Moses Polakoff Is Dead at Age 97; Was Lawyer for Lucky Luciano,” 1993

The 1950s “War on Narcotics”: Harry Anslinger, The Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and Senator Price Daniel’s Probe Bureau of Narcotics, and Senator Price Daniel’s Probe,” William J. Horvath, 2020

Cuba: From Conquistador to Castro, Geoff Simons, 1996

The U.S. Imperial State in Cuba 1952-1958: Policymaking and Capitalist Interests” Morris H. Morley 1982

Cuba: The United States and Batista, 1952-58” Hugh Thomas 1987

Cuba Before the Revolution” Samuel Farber 2015

Cuban Tourism During the Special Period,” María Dolores Espino, 2000

Financing the Economic Reconstruction of Cuba While Rebuilding the Financial Sector: Perspectives on Development Banking,” Manuel Lasaga, 1995

Aspects of the Cuban Economy, Part V: Fidelista Finances,” Irving P. Pflaum, 1960

Working Class Militancy and the Downfall of Batista: the relationship between mass action and the armed struggle in Cuba 1952-59,” Steve Cushion, 2007

Cuba Suppresses Youths’ Uprising; Forty Are Killed,” R. Hart Phillips,  1957

Nixon is Stoned by Peru Rioters Headed by Reds,” Tad Szulc, 1958

Nixonland: The Rise of a President and the Fracturing of America, Rick Perlstein, 2008

Revolutionary Manifestos and Fidel Castro's Road to Power,” Luis Plazas, 2014

Organised Labour and the Cuban Revolution, 1952-1959,” Stephen Cushion, 2012

The Winds of December, John Dorschner and Roberto Fabricio, 1980

Episode 3

Major American news magazines and the Cuban Revolution 1957-1971,” Joel Phillip Kleinman, 1972

Justice and Law in Latin America a Cuban Example,” Francisco José Moreno, 1970

Cuban Show Trial of Batista Aides Opens in Stadium,” R. Hart Phillips, 1959

The Trials: Violence and Justice in the Aftermath of the Cuban Revolution,” Michelle Chase, 2010

Cuba: Jubilation and Revenge,” 1959

Castro’s Roman Circus for His Public,” 1959

Cuba’s Agrarian Revolution and Economic Development,” Jose Acosta Santana, 1972

Cuba: Hope of a Hemisphere,Joseph North, 1961

Allen Dulles in 1959: Castro has no 'communist leanings',” Juan J. Walte, 1982

Artistic Absolution: Can Cuba and the United States Cooperate in Restituting Castro's Looted Art Collection?,”  Wendy Dickieson, 2019

Economic Development and Housing Policy in Cuba” Gary Fields 1985

Political Change in Cuba, 1959-1965” James O’Conner 1985

Cuba's Seizures of American Business” Richard C. Allison 1961

The Cuban Electric Company, 1922-1960: from AmericanSubsidiary to State Owned Enterprise” William Hausman, John Neufeld 2017

In the Matter of the Claim of the Cuban Electric Company” 1970

Interpreting the 1954 U.S. Intervention in Guatemala: Realist, Revisionist, and  Postrevisionist Perspectives” Stephen M. Streeter 2000

Agrarian Reforms in Cuba, 1959-1963” James O'Connor 1968

A reform that illuminated the land” Arlin Alberty Loforte

Cuban Agrarian Reform with Implications for Other Latin American Natives Carlos Alberto Wirth 1962

Local Food, Sustainability, and Cuba’s National Food Program” Audrey Fusco 2008

In the Second Year of the Cuban Agrarian Reform” Antonio Nunez Jimenez 1961

Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution, 1959-1984 John M. Kirk, Sandor Halebsky 1985

Land Reform in Japan” Mark B. Williamson 1951

U.S. Certified Claims against Cuba: Legal Reality and Likely Settlement Mechanisms” Timothy Ashby 2009

C. Wright Mills and the Cuban Revolution: An Exercise in the Art of Sociological Imagination A. Javier Treviño 2017

EXILES: A Taste for Madeira” 1959

Hoodlum Hero: The Jewish Gangster as Defender of His People, 1919–1949” Robert A. Rockaway 1994

Gangsters for Zion” Robert A. Rockaway 2018

The Nixon-Castro Meeting of 19 April 1959” Jeffrey J. Safford 1980

Rescuing the World: The Life and Times of Leo Cherne Andrew F. Smith 2012

Sad and Luminous Days: Cuba's Struggle with the Superpowers After the Missile Crisis James G. Blight, Philip Brenner 2007

Soviet Relations with Latin America, 1959-1987 Nicola Miller 1989

From Lenin to Castro, 1917–1959: Early Encounters between Moscow and Havana Mervyn J. Bain 2011

The President's News Conference” Dwight D. Eisenhower 1959

Fidel Castro Robert E. Quirk 1993

RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon Richard Nixon 1978

The Most Dangerous Economist” Greg Rosalsky 2020

Reflections of a Cold Warrior: From Yalta to the Bay of Pigs Richard M. Bissell 1996

The Bay of Pigs: A Horribly Expensive Lesson” Arthur Schlesinger 1965

Cuban Leader Manuel Antonio De Varona Dies” 1992

How the CIA Enlisted the Chicago Mob to Put a Hit on Castro” Bryan Smith 2007

The Hemisphere: Remember La Coubre” 1960

Nikita Khrushchev and the Creation of a Superpower Sergei N. Khrushchev 2010

Cuba’s New Dependency” Leon Goure, Julian Weinkle 1972

A History of the Soviet-Cuban Alliance (1960-1991)" Anna Samson 2008

Reinterpreting the State-Class Relationship: American Corporations and U. S. Policy toward Cuba, 1959-1960” Morris H. Morley 1983

The Cuban Nationalization of US Property in 1960: the Historical and Global Context” Charles McKelvey 2019

Fidel Castro: My Life—A Spoken Autobiography Ignacio Ramonet, Fidel Castro 2008

Episode 4

New Russian Evidence on Soviet-Cuban Relations, 1960-61: When Nikita Met Fidel, the Bay of Pigs, and Assassination Plotting” James G. Hershberg 2019

The Communist World: Marxist and Non-Marxist Views, Volume 2 Harry G. Shaffer 1967

Poverty in the United States: 50-Year Trends and Safety Net Impacts” Ajay Chaudry, Christopher Wimer, Suzanne Macartney, Lauren Frohlich, Colin Campbell, Kendall Swenson, Don Oellerich, Susan Hauan 2016

Interview with General Robert Cushman” Thomas Soapes 1977

Trends: American Attitudes toward Cuba” William G. Mayer 2001

The Cuban Missile Crisis: 40 Years Later” Lydia Saad 2002

Cuba and American Public Opinion” Daniel W. Fisk 1999

Text of a Telegram To Vice President Richard M. Nixon from Senator John F. Kennedy on Fifth Debate” 1960

Telegram from Senator John F. Kennedy, Hazleton, PA, to Vice President Richard M. Nixon on Fifth Debate” 1960

Statement of Senator John F. Kennedy on Fifth Debate, Issued During Campaign Swing Through Illinois” 1960

Getting Elected: From Radio and Roosevelt to Television and Reagan James Leonard Reinsch 1988

Inspector General's Survey of the Cuban Operation” 1961

Kennedy and the Bay of Pigs” Stephen Bates, Joshua L. Rosenbloom 1998

Richard Bissell: Connecticut Yankee Behind the Bay of Pigs” New England History Society

Ships in the Night: The CIA, the White House and the Bay of Pigs” Piero Gleijeses 1995

You Can Own the World” Evan Thomas 1995

Cuba’s Revolutionary World Jonathan C. Brown 2017

Cuban Reportedly Links Convicts' Funds to Hunt” 1973

Manuel Artime Dies; Led Invasion of Cuba” George Volsky 1977

Foreign Policy: Intervention, Involvement, Or Isolation? Alvin Wolf 1970

American Spy: My Secret History in the CIA, Watergate and Beyond E. Howard Hunt, Greg Aunapu 2007

Presidents' Secret Wars: CIA and Pentagon Covert Operations Since World War II John Prados 1986

Beyond the Howard Hunt of June 17” Tad Szulc 1973

The Very Best Men Evan Thomas 1995

The Spanish-Speaking William F. Buckley” Bécquer Seguín 2016

Portrait of a Cold Warrior Joseph Burkholder Smith 1976

Books of the Times: A Peculiar Service” John Leonard 1977

JFK documents shed light on Fort Worth’s David Atlee Phillips” Kevin G. Hall andAndrea Drusch

An Illusion of Omnipotence: U.S. Policy toward Guatemala, 1954-1960” Charles D. Brockett 2002

Army For Progress: The U.S. Militarization of the Guatemalan Political and Social Crisis 1961-1969” Michael Donoghue 1995

Wings of Denial: The Alabama Air National Guard’s Covert Role at the Bay of Pigs Warren Trest 2001

Managing the Counterrevolution: The United States and Guatemala, 1954-1961 Stephen M. Streeter 2002

Safe for Democracy: The Secret Wars of the CIA John Prados 2006

CIA offered Chicago mob boss $150,000 to kill Castro” Laura Myers 1997

Inside the CIA’s Plot to Kill Fidel Castro—With Mafia Help” Thomas Maier 2018

The Kennedys: Dynasty and Disaster John H. Davis 1993

Crisis Management at the Dead Center: The 1960-1961 Presidential Transition and the Bay of Pigs Fiasco” Rebecca R. Friedman 2011

C-1 and the Chicago Mob Vincent L. Inserra 2014

The Kennedy Brothers: The Rise and Fall of Jack and Bobby Richard D. Mahoney 2011

The CIA still battles over the Bay of Pigs” George F. Will 2013

The Last Casualty of the Bay of Pigs” Myra MacPherson 1989

A Military History of the Cold War, 1944–1962 Jonathan M. House 2012

Air America at the Bay of Pigs” Joe F. Leeke 2008

Brigade 2506: Young, Idealistic, and anti-Castro” Brian E. Campbell 2011

The Price of Progress: Guatemala and the United States During the Alliance for Progress Era” John Bedan 2018

Report on mercenary camps and bases in Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Florida” 1961

Exchange of Messages Between the President and President Ydigoras Fuentes on U .S. Naval Aid to Guatemala” 1960

That Infernal Little Cuban Republic: The United States and the Cuban Revolution Lars Schoultz 2009

The Miami Herald, the CIA, and the Bay of Pigs scoop that didn’t run” Glenn Garvin 2015

Mr. Kennedy’s Opportunity” 1960

Ronald Hilton, professor emeritus of Romance languages, dead at 95” 2007

US Helps Train an Anti-Castro Force at Secret Guatemalan Air Ground Base” Paul F. Kennedy 1961

Cuba and the Fifteenth UN General Assembly: A Case Study in Regional Disassociation” Edward B. Glick 1964

Remarks of Senator John F. Kennedy, Paterson, NJ, City Hall” 1960

Organized Crime and the 1960 Presidential Election” John J. Binder 2007

The drama behind President Kennedy’s 1960 election win” Scott Bomboy 2017

Did the Chicago Outfit elect John F. Kennedy president?” John J. Binder 2020

The Brilliant Disaster: JFK, Castro, and America's Doomed Invasion of Cuba's Bay of Pig Jim Rasenberger 2012

The Twilight of Pan-Americanism: The Alliance for Progress, Neo-Colonialism, and Non-Alignment in Brazil, 1961-1964” W. Michael Weis 2001

John F. Kennedy: A Biography Michael O'Brien 2005

Episode 5

Intelligence: With Spies Like These” Evan Thomas 2004

The Brilliant Disaster: JFK, Castro, and America's Doomed Invasion of Cuba's Bay of Pigs Book  Jim Rasenberger 2011

A Historic Excuse for a Club” Marjorie Hunter 1985

A Peek At Privilege: Inside the Alibi Club” Sarah Booth Conroy 1992

The Inevitable Battle: From the Bay of Pigs to Playa Giron Juan Carlos Rodriguez 2009

Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and the Press Alexander Cockburn, Jeffrey St. Clair 2014

Maheu Says He Recruited Man For C.I.A. in Castro Poison Plot” Nicholas M. Horrock 1975

From Aide to Assassin Plotter” Gerardo Reyes 2007

Grace & Power: The Private World of the Kennedy White Housebooks Sally Bedell Smith 2011

Cuba: White Paper, April 1961” Arthur Schlesinger 1961

Response to Revolution: The United States and the Cuban Revolution, 1959-1961 Richard E. Welch Jr. 2017

Soviets Knew Date of Cuba Attack” Vernon Loeb 2000

The Bay of Pigs Haynes Johnson 1964

“Honduras: Swans, Spooks and Boobies” 1971

Watching Neighbors: The Cuban Model of Social Control” Josep M. Colomer 2000

The Bay of Pigs Revisited, but Arm in Arm” Tim Weiner 2001

Guerrilla Prince: The Untold Story Of Fidel Castro Georgie Geyer 2011

Airpower at the Bay of Pigs” John T. Correll 2017

Honest Broker? The National Security Advisor and Presidential Decision Making John P. Burke 2009

Resolution codesignating a portion of S.W. 128 Street as ‘Captain Eduardo B. Ferrer Street’” 2009

Brothers: The Hidden History of the Kennedy Years David Talbot 2007

McCone is Confirmed for CIA” Russell Baker 1962

The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their Secret World War Stephen Kinzer 2013

Lamoyne A. Jones Is Dead at 64; Press Aide to Willkie and Dewey” 1975

Birmingham pilot Joe Shannon dies, played large role in Bay of Pigs” Jeremy Gray 2019

Sky soldier Joe Shannon worthy of honor” Niki Sepsas 2007

Rusk Declares Sympathy Of Nation for Castro Foes” James Reston 1961

Address before the American Society of Newspaper Editors, Washington, D.C., April 20, 1961” John F. Kennedy 1961

Speeches and other Media Uses by John F. Kennedy,35th President of the United States,1/20/61-11/22/63

News Conference 10, April 21, 1961” John F. Kennedy

‘One of the Most Ridiculous Things That Has Ever Occurred in the History of the United States’” Alex von Tunzelmann 2014

Debating the Kennedy Presidency By James N. Giglio, Stephen G. Rabe 2003

Conversation with Commandante Ernesto Guevara of Cuba” Richard Goodwin 1961

JFK and Che” Richard Goodwin 1996

Cuban Missile Crisis: Lessons for Iran?” Saul Landau 2012

The good fight: The true story of the Alabama Air Guard and the Bay of Pigs” Jesse Chambers 2007

Episode 6

JFK considers secret talks with Castro” Jefferson Morley 2016

American Experience: Operation Mongoose

David F. Powers Oral History Interview” Larry J. Hackman 1969

JFK Aide David Francis Powers Dies at 85” Bart Barnes 1998

Real Life at the White House: Two Hundred Years of Daily Life at America's Most Famous Residence John Whitcomb, Claire Whitcomb 2002

Grace & Power: The Private World of the Kennedy White House Sally Bedell Smith 2011

JFK and LBJ: The Last Two Great Presidents Godfrey Hodgson 2015

The Cuban Counterrevolution Jesús Arboleya 2000

The Kennedy Vendetta: How the CIA waged a silent war against Cuba” Taylor Branch and George Crile III 1975

Bungled plots, wiretaps, leaks” Stephen J. Hedges, John Crewdson 2007

Miscellaneous Records of the Church Committee” 1975

Arthur James Balletti” FBI

The Cuban Missile Crisis: Trading the Jupiters in Turkey?” Barton J. Bernstein 1980
JFK’s Russian Conspiracy” Tim Naftali 2017

Richard M. Bissell, 84, Is Dead; Helped Plan Bay of Pigs Invasion” David Binder 1994

Inside the Department of Dirty Tricks” Thomas Powers 1979

Richard Helms: The Intelligence Professional Personified” David S. Robarge 2002

USSR: Vienna meeting: Memos of conversation, June 1961: Drafts

The Vienna Summit and Its Importance in International History Günter Bischof, Stefan Karner, Barbara Stelzl-Marx 2013

The CIA Secret Kept for 37 Years” Peter Kornbluh 1998

The CIA & The Cult of Secrecy” David Shamus McCarthy 2008

The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives Ted Gup 2000

Texts on Alleged US Assassination Plots” 1975

The CIA’s ‘Loaded Gun’” David C. Martin 1976

The Mystery of the JM Wave” Andrea Concepcion 2018

Church Committee Full Report

The Cuban ‘Contras’ Caper” Raymond L. Garthoff 1987

United States-Cuban Relations: A Critical History” Esteban Morales Domínguez, Gary Prevost

The Most Dangerous Area in the World Stephen G. Rabe 1999

The Challenge of Democratizing the Caribbean during the Cold War” Wien Weibert Arthus 2015

The Devil You Know: US-Haitian Relations, 1957-1968” Adam Coleman 2004

Red Heat: Conspiracy, Murder and the Cold War in the Caribbean Alex von Tunzelmann 2011

Psywar on Cuba: The Declassified History of U.S. Anti-Castro Propaganda Jon Elliston 1999

“The Revolution Will Be Teletyped: Cuba's Prensa Latina News Agency and the Cold War Contest over Information” Renata Keller 2019

Episode 7-10

Study Says U.S. Secretly Placed Bombs” Walter Pincus 1999

The Nuclear Legacy” Andrew Phillips 1999

Through '62, U.S. Had Nuclear-Capable Bombs in Cuba” 1999

Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA Tim Weiner 2006

In the Eye of the StormCastro, Khrushchev, Kennedy, and the Missile Crisis Carlos M. Lechuga, Carlos Lechuga Hevia, Mirta Muniz 1995

“Turkish–American Relations and the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1957–63” Süleyman Seydi 2010

To the Brink: Turkish and Cuban Missiles During the Height of the Cold War” Cody Fuelling 2017

JFK's First-Strike Plan” Fred Kaplan 2001

Cuban Missile Crisis” Wilson Center

Essence of Revision: Moscow, Havana, and the Cuban Missile Crisis” Bruce J. Allyn, James G. Blight, David A. Welch 1989

The Real J. Edgar Hoover: For the Record Ray Wannall 2000

JFK and a Woman with Mafia Friends” Jack Nelson, Ronald J. Ostrow 1975

‘61 Memo is Cited on CIA-Mafia Tie” Nicholas M. Horrock 1975

“Soviet Deception in the Cuban Missile Crisis Learning from the Past” James H. Hansen 2002

Cuba on the Brink: Castro, the Missile Crisis, and the Soviet Collapse James G. Blight, Bruce J. Allyn, David A. Welch 1993

The Cambridge History of the Cold War: Volume 1, Origins Melvyn P. Leffler, Odd Arne Westad 2010

Muerte de un pescador” Iraida Calzadilla Rodriguez 2003

Imperial State and Revolution: The United States and Cuba, 1952-1986 Morris H. Morley 1988

CIA: Maker of Policy, or Tool?” Max Frankel, Tom Wicker, John W. Finney, EW Kenworthy

Revelation 19.63” Jefferson Morley 2001

Soviet Activities in Cuba” Kenneth B. Keating 1962

John F. Kennedy: July 30-August 1962 Timothy J. Naftali, Philip Zelikow, Ernest R. May 2001

John McCone and the Cuban Missile Crisis: August 1-November 3, 1962” CM Heist 2010

President Kennedy: Profile of Power Richard Reeves 1993

The Cuban Missile Crisis: A nuclear order of battle, October and November 1962” Robert S. Norris, Hans M. Kristensen 2012

TWE Remembers: Maj. Richard Heyser Flies a U-2 Over Cuba” James M. Lindsay 2012

The Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962: Presenting the Photographic Evidence Abroad” Center for the Study of Intelligence 1972

Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis David A. Welch 2013

The Color of Truth—McGeorge Bundy and William Bundy: Brothers in Arms Kai Bird 2017

Robert Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis—A Reinterpretation” Mark White 2007

13 Days in October” John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

CIA Documents on the Cuban Missile Crisis” Mary S. McAuliffe 1992

Reviewed Work: The Presidential Recordings: John F. Kennedy, the Great Crises by John F. Kennedy, Ernest R. May, Timothy Naftali, Philip D. Zelikow” Mark Atwood Lawrence 2002

The Kennedy Tapes: Inside the White House During the Cuban Missile Crisis Ernest R. May, Philip Zelikow 1997

Meeting on the Cuban Missile Crisis on 16 October 1962” Miller Center

Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara: Socialist Political Economy and Economic Management in Cuba, 1959-1965” Helen Yaffe 2007

Che Guevara's Visit to Ghana” Dennis Laumann 2005

The Japanese and Cuba” C. Harvey Gardiner 1972

Cuba, the United States, and Sugar” Lynn Darrell Bender 1974

When the Russians Blinked: The U.S. Maritime Response to the Cuban Missile Crisis” John M. Young 1990

CIA Organized Secret Army in Western Europe” Clare Pedrick 1990

‘Responsibility of the Great Ones’: How the Organization of American States and the United Nations Helped Resolve the Cuban Missile Crisis” Renata Keller 2019

Thirteen Days: A Memoir of the Cuban Missile Crisis Robert F. Kennedy, Arthur Schlesinger 2011

The Bartender Who Accidentally Saved the World” Paul Kan 2014

Averting 'the Final Failure': John F. Kennedy and the Secret Cuban Missile Crisis Meetings Sheldon M. Stern 2003

Airpower and the Cuban Missile Crisis” John T. Correll 2005

One Minute to Midnight: Kennedy, Khrushchev, and Castro on the Brink of Nuclear War Michael Dobbs 2009

When the World Lucked Out of a Nuclear War” Yasmeen Serhan 2017

A Soviet Nuclear Torpedo, An American Destroyer, And The Cuban Missile Crisis” Task & Purpose 2016

New Sources on the Role of Soviet Submarines in the Cuban Missile Crisis” Svetlana V Savranskaya 2007

JFK’s Presidential Approval Ratings” David Coleman

Jefferson Morley, plaintiff v. Central Intelligence Agency, defendant

Instructions for James Donovan

The Negotiator” Peter Kornbluh 2017

‘My Dearest Fidel’” Peter Kornbluh 2018

JFK and Castro” Peter Kornbluh 1999

Antonio Veciana, early anti-Castro fighter and founder of Alpha 66, dies in Miami at 91” Sarah Moreno

The Last Investigation” Gaetan Fonzi

Policy Aids African Reds” Robert S. Allen, Paul Scott 1965

Long-ago wiretap inspires a battle with the CIA for more information” Ian Shapira 2013

CIA Report on Project Mockingbird

Declaration of Dan L. Hardaway

Cuba and the Missile Crisis Carlos Lechuga Hevia, Carlos Lechuga 2001

Skolnick Charges there was Plot in Chicago to Assassinate JFK” Larry Weintraub 1970

44 Years After JFK’s Death, New Assassination Plot Revealed” Chuck Goudie 2009

The Plot to Kill JFK in Chicago” Edwin Black 1975

Who was Jack Ruby?” Seth Kantor 1978

Bob Vanderslice letter” 1977

LBJ Phone Calls—November 1963

JFK Assassination: How LIFE Brought the Zapruder Film to Light” Ben Cosgrove

Investigator Detailed Mafia Leaders' Threat Against Kennedy” George Lardner Jr. 1979

The Defector Study” Staff Report of the Select Committee on Assassinations U.S. House of Representatives Ninety-fifth CongressSecond Session March 1979

Marina and Ruth” Thomas Mallon 2001

The Oswald Connection” Murray Weiss, William Hoffman 1993

CIA and the Media” Carl Bernstein 1977

A Nation Divided: The 1968 Presidential Campaign Darcy G. Richardson 2002

Bobby is Not ‘Best Man’ for Playwright Vidal” Mary Perot Nichols 1964

Is the Red Flag Flying? Albert Szymanski 1979

Cubans in the United States” Lisandro Pérez 1986

The Nation: Helms Makes a Deal” 1977

Helms, ex-CIA Chief, Pleads No Contest to Two Misdemeanors” Anthony Marro 1977

Helms Is Fined $2,000 and Given Two‐Year Suspended Prison Term” Antony Marro 1977

Crime Figure, Linked to Plot on Castro, Found Slain” 1976

Inquiry Had Planned to Call Giancana” 1975

Mafia Said to Have Slain Rosselli Because of His Senate Testimony” Nicholas Gage 1977

The Sins of the Godfather? Mob Lawyer Frank Ragano Says He Knows Who Killed JFK” Jeffrey A. Frank 1994

Latin America: The Exile Bombers” 1976

When Disorder is the Order: Cuba During the Special Period” Suzanne Leigh Wilson 2011

Economic Reform and Repeasantization in Post-1990 Cuba” Laura J. Enríquez 2003

Brothers to the Rescue Shootdown Goes to Trial” Larry Lebowitz 1997

Shoot Down” Jefferson Morley 1997

Congress and Cuba: The Helms-Burton Act” Andreas F. Lowenfeld 1996

A Bomber’s Tale: Taking Aim at Castro; Key Cuba Foe Claims Exiles' Backing” Ann Louise Bardach, Larry Rohter 1998

Meet the ‘Cuban Five’ at the center of the blockbuster U.S. announcement on Cuba” Adam Taylor 2014

Documents Shed New Light on Jeb Bush’s Role in Freeing a Cuban Terrorist” Michael Isikoff 2015

‘George Bush’, CIA Operative” Joseph McBride 1988