How successfully did the Kennedy Administration confront the problem of the Castro government in Cuba between 1961 and 1963?Order Description
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How successfully did the Kennedy Administration confront the problem of the Castro government in Cuba between 1961 and 1963?
First of all this essay will be fully monitored and scanned for Plagiarism and improper or wrong references
This includes incorporating either unattributed direct quotation(s) or substantial paraphrasing from the work of another/others. It is important to cite all sources whose work has been drawn on and reference them fully including the correct page number in accordance with the referencing Harvard standard.
Please make sure NO single direct sentences or extracts to be taken or replicated at all expect some direct quotation which must be put in quotation marks
YOU MUST NOT replicate passages from other sources without adequate attribution.
And if there is direct points must be put into your words and properly references including page number
eg 3.In fact a flexible mind is a healthy mind (Palladino & Wade 2010 p. 147).
Make sure you must put the right references under the point or paragraphs straightaway dont wait till the end of the paragraph and never put tow references tougher at the end. As in my previous order the writer have put the wrong references which was discovered by the university
Introduction say what are you going to discuss in this essay and what is about
Essay body answer the essay question and well structure it using the provided sources (academic and critical analysis)
Conclusion highlight the main point discussed in the essay AND ANSWER THE ESSAY QUESTION
Please make sure to pay attention to the grammar and spelling and punctuation
Avoid complicated and unclear sentences and paragraphs.
Must write in academic style.
Refrences . use at least 8 references provided below in addition to the article which I will upload
as follows: (Bauman 2006: p 45). At the end of point or paragraph
Use Harvard System and list works alphabetically to author
Example Ayra C. (2003) Design of structural elements. 2nd ed. London: Spon Press.
Assessment Criteria pleas pay attention
Presentation & Expression
You should be able to demonstrate independence of mind in your reading and research adding to the specified bibliography where you judge this to be appropriate. You must though be discerning in your selection of sources.
Argument & Analysis
You should be able to develop original ideas and independent lines of inquiry within a coherent theoretical framework. You should be able to argue confidently and persuasively critically appraising rival arguments and supporting your own arguments with appropriate forms of evidence. You should demonstrate an ability to draw from and show the connection between theory and practice in the field of political inquiry.
Use the sources below
Kennedy and Cuba
B.J. Bernstein (1980): The Cuban Missile Crisis: Trading the Jupiters in Turkey Political Science Quarterly Vol. 95 No. 2
S. E. Ambrose (1993): Rise to Globalism (7th ed) (Ch. 10)
E.R. May and The Kennedy Tapes: Inside the White House During the Cuban Missile
P.D. Zelikow (eds) (1997) Crisis
R. D. Schulzinger (1994): American Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century (3rd ed)
J. G. Blight & D. A. Welch (1990): On the Brink: Americans and Soviets Re-examine the Cuban Missile Crisis (2nd ed)
R. Hilsman (1996): The Cuban Missile Crisis: The Struggle Over Policy
G. P. Hastedt (1991): American Foreign Policy: Past Present Future (2nd ed) (Chs. 10 & 12)
S. Rabe (2000): After the Missiles of October: John F. Kennedy and Cuba November 1962 to November 1963 Presidential Studies Quarterly Vol. 30 No. 4
M. R. Beschloss (1991): Kennedy and Khrushchev: The Crisis Years 1960-63
T. G. Paterson (ed) (1989): Kennedys Quest for Victory: American Foreign Policy 1961-1963
M. Walker (1993): The Cold War (Chs. 6 7)
T. G. Paterson & D. Merrill (eds) (1995): Major Problems in American Foreign Relations Vol.II: Since 1914 (Ch. 10)
G. T. Allison (1971): Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis
R. N. Lebow (1987): Is Crisis Management Always Possible? Political Science Quarterly Vol. 102 No. 2
L. S. Vandenbroucke (1984): Anatomy of a Failure: The Decision to Land at the Bay of Pigs Political Science Quarterly Vol. 99 No. 3
J. Blight and D. A. Welch (eds) Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis (Special Issue of Intelligence and National Security Autumn 1998)