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Why is President Kennedy's handling of the Cuban missile crisis considered one of his greatest accomplishments? A. The crisis finally brought an end to the Cold War conflict. B. The crisis
showed that Russia and the United States were on good terms. C. The crisis was resolved in a short period of time without resorting to open warfare. D. The crisis proved that Kennedy was willing to use military force instead of diplomatic methods.
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User: Why is President Kennedy's handling of the Cuban missile crisis considered one of his greatest accomplishments? A. The crisis finally brought an end to the Cold War conflict. B. The crisis showed that Russia and the United States were on good terms. C. The crisis was resolved in a short period of time without resorting to open warfare. D. The crisis proved that Kennedy was willing to use military force instead of diplomatic methods.

Weegy: D
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colz08, we're asked to write out the full answer and not just the letter or number in multiple choice questions. D is also not the answer. The crisis was known as a "diplomatic triumph" for Kennedy, meaning there was little to no military force used. I'm leaving this as a comment though, since I'm not sure if they're looking for answer B or C.
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