In the fall of 2013, Robert Frost appeared to undergo a savage attack at the hands of acclaimed novelist Joyce Carol Oates. I surmised that Oates once again had "pathography" in her sights.
JFK & THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS
At one point as the crisis unfolded, Defense Secretary Robert McNamara asserted that Moscow’s placement of nuclear missiles in Cuba would have no effect, none “at all,” on the strategic balance of power with the Soviet Union.
I first came upon James T. Farrell (1904–1979) as a possible subject for a book around 1990, in a memoir by Sloan Wilson...
The teach-in made front-page news for two days running in the "New York Times"; two full pages were devoted to excerpts alone. McNamara and his colleagues could hardly have been in the dark about it.