How many miles did the blockade zone of Cuba extend fromwest to east?
Overall, my intent today was to violate as many norms as possible to give you a sense of how norms control and guide your behavior. You don't really know when a norm is shaping and controlling your behavior until a norm gets in the way of you doing something you'd like to do but "can't," or when you see a norm violated by others and you react to their behavior. You notice norms when something unexpected happens. Like when free muffins are offered to you and that’s never happened to you before but something tells you it isn’t right to go get one. Like a professor asking students to join in an exercise class before lecture. Norms are a silent informal controller--censoring your behavior when it is not compatible with what you have learned in previous social situations. These norms are commu