On Thursday, the National Archives and Kennedy Library will release more than 2,700 pages of material from the Robert F. Kennedy papers that are newly declassified, including documents related to the Cuban Missile Crisis. Library Director Tom Putnam said they include the attorney general’s notes from national security meetings during the crisis and drafts of a memo he sent to the president after meeting with the Soviet ambassador.
The exhibit is on view in Washington until February and then moves to Boston’s Kennedy Presidential Library in April.
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