Spanish-American War

Spanish-American War

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  • If the United States had control of Cuba, the would have the advantage of them being close and they would make a lot of money.
  • If Cuba became independent, they would have the advantage of saving more money and controlling who they trade with.
  • Spain had the advantages of maintaining Cuba because they made a lot of money off of them.
  • The conflict in Cuba would be brought to an end by the U.S., even if war breaks out between the U.S. and Spain.
  • Spain made a lot of money off of Cuba. The value of Cuba imports to Spain was $23,412,376. The value of imports from Spain to Cuba was $7,492,622.
  • We want to be independent!!
  • Cubans vs Spain
  • We don't care!!
  • Who sank the USS Maine? Spain, United States, or did Cuba do it to themselves?
  • The explosion of the USS Maine caused Spain and the United States to go to war, known as the Spanish-American War.
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