Buckley Jr., William F.
May 1977
National Review;5/27/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 20, p630
The article reports on the significance of the memorandum written for U.S. President John F. Kennedy, by his aide and political adviser Arthur Schlesinger Jr. Schlesinger's concerned over the direct sponsorship of Kennedy on the invasion of the Bay of Pigs. He exerted an effort to coach the president on how to answer the questions in the event of a failed operation.


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