DecisionMaking in the White House and its End Result
Decision Making In The White House And It?s End Result
When the United States suffers from vital issues concerning the fate of our country, the President of the United States is the one and only person who decides what to do then anticipate the outcome.
?The Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962 was one of the turning points of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union (pg. 1, NSA and the Cuban Missile Crisis),? which went down as a very big deal in history. The Terrorist Attack of September 2001 however will go down in history as one of the most heinous attacks in the world. What the two major issues had in common was that the President of the United States had/has to decide whether or not retaliation is an option for them. This essay will cover the causes of the issues, how they were/are dealt with, and the upshot.
During the Cuban Missile Crisis, soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev collaborated with Cuban dictator Fidel Castro to have Soviet missiles shipped to the island of Cuba. Khrushchev felt it was a threat to Russia that the U.S. had nuclear weapons based in Italy and Turkey targeted to
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