In-Class Notes 2.10 POLT 565

In-Class Notes 2.10 POLT 565 - POLT 565 In-Class Notes 1895...

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POLT 565 In-Class Notes 1895 Cuban Revolution - Co-opted by Spanish-American war - Goals of the social revolution are discarded (social and economic equality) - Colonial transfer of power (from world power to world power, aka Spain to US) o Cuba difficult to transfer because it has an army o Domestic opposition – Teller Amendment US sugar producers don’t like the idea Anti-imperialism movement (Carnegie) “compatibility” – diverse people may not have the same ideals/interests as the US (aka racism) US controlled Cuba with leasing coal stations and military bases - 1902 Cuba nominally independent, but with the Platt amendment o US has right to intervene, and not leaving until approved - No appropriation of Spanish lands o Cuba has to respect Spanish ownership o Spain had 15 – 20 % of Cuban land o Cubans own 20% of the land Sugar Farm - 1903 Reciprocity Treaty increased economic dependence o Cuban sugar 20% discount in US market Keeps Cuba dependent on the mono-dependent agricultural economy
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