Robert F. Kennedy’s handwritten notes from around-the-clock meetings concerning the Cuban missile crisis 50 years ago this month are part of more than 2,700 pages of his personal and confidential files made public Thursday by the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum in Dorchester with the approval of his family. Although they do not appear to reveal any blockbuster revelations, the documents spotlight the central role — a highly unusual one — that the attorney general played in foreign policy.
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