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US INTERNENTION IN CUBAN WARName:Institution:Course:Date:Interests that Fueled United States to Intervene in the Cuban War?In 19th century, Cuba was still a Spanish colony and numerous southern Americansstrived to take control of the island as a state in order to expand Americas slave territory. In1890s, as Spain was trying to put into control a Cuban rebellion, the US checked in citing anattempt to correct human rights abuses undertaken by the Spanish. However, it is thought thatAmericas new era of imperialism was the main factor that fueled its interests as it attempted todevelop a European-level empire of its own (Beede 56). As a result, the US started theAmerican-Spanish was in 1898 and managed to defeat Spain by mid-July.Secondly, the US intervened in affairs of Cuba attempting to take out the prominentgovernment that was a threat and enemy to the US. This interv

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