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He sighed; it could be put on paper, but almost any idea, including these bold reforms, was a matter of intense controversy among the politicians temporar12 ily united under his leadership. Political conflicts, papered over in Miami, surfaced dramatically in Guatemala. In J a n u a r y 1961, half the 500 Cubans mutinied against the C I A when the agency —under pressure to expand the force quickly —began to recruit former members of Batista's army who were anathema to many Brigade members. The C I A reinstated control and stage-managed a conciliatory visit from preselected C u b a n politicians.
Senate, Alleged Assassination Plots). 37. Schlesinger, Robert F. Kennedy, pp. 483-484. 38. , p. 482. 39. , p. 484 discusses the timing. 40. S. Senate, Alleged Assassination Plots, p. 118; Powers, The Man Who Kept the Secrets, pp. 182, 193-198, 443. 41. Schlesinger, Robert F. Kennedy, pp. 488-498. 42. The alternative explanations, then, are: (a) their minds really worked this way; (b) this statement was part of a public cover-up story. S. Senate, Alleged Assassination Attempts, p. 121. Note, however, that Allen Dulles had socialized with the Kennedy family since Jack's school days.
In J. Kennedy, Public Papers of John F. Kennedy, 1961 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1962), pp. 304-306. Bissell told Robert Kennedy the odds were two-to-one in favor of the Bay of Pigs succeeding. A. Schlesinger, Robert F. Kennedy and His Times (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1978), p. 443. To understand these assassination plans in the context of the times it is well to recall that the key planners had served in World War II, in which millions died. They had not led sheltered lives. In the Cuban case of a "cold" war, given that a military invasion was planned, assassination was a pragmatic tactic to save American and Cuban lives.
Can Governments Learn?. American Foreign Policy and Central American Revolutions by Lloyd S. Etheredge