The Kennedy Doctrine
AbstractRecent events in Cuba, Laos, and South Vietnam have shown, once again, the extreme weakness of rightist, counterrevolutionary forces in the underdeveloped countries. The invasion of Cuba could have succeeded only if the counter-revolutionary exiles had enjoyed large-scale popular support inside the country.
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