The treaty guaranteed Cuba’s independence and forced Spain to surrender control of Puerto Rico, Philippine’s and Guam. After the United states bought the Philippines, the Filipinos who was led by Emilio Aguinaldo rebelled against the Americans because they felt like they were being sustained . Subsequently after, all this win for the United States helped start businesses in Cuba and other places. America enriched Cuba’s education systems and their country as a whole.
Both Spain and the United States were truly impacted by the war because the war happened unexpectedly. The Spanish-American War was not started by one event alone, but with the accumulation many events which caused the war to explode. It started with the event surrounding USS Maine, was a "second class" battleship built up for the U.S. Navy. Spain sent General “Butcher” Weyler to control the situation in Cuba, so America sent the navy battleship called
Of course, this historical change was a result of the United States deciding they could no longer exploit the refugees for enough gain. Moreover, with Fidel Castro still in power after all the time they spent combating him and the refugees no longer having ties to big tobacco business, the United States decided Cuban people were non-essential. Without a doubt, the reception of the Mariel Boat people fundamentally changed White America’s view on Cuban migrants as
The Spanish American war involved both the Spanish and the Americans. It started by America wanting to buy Cuba from Spain. The Spanish responded harshly to this claim. While American interest in Cuba grew, Cubans tried and tried again to become independent from Spain. Some Americans were happy about the sudden rebuttal and others wanted the United States to support Spain in order to keep their investments.
Cuba has not drastically changed since 1960, when the embargo was first placed. The Cuban citizens are hurting, money is being lost, and no one is benefiting from the current status between the two nations. Raúl Castro has plans on leaving office in 2020, but while he is still in office, he is making changes to the country. Castro has eliminated ration books, lifted travel restrictions, and is liberalizing the economy (Tymins). These changes are putting Cuba in a path for success, and the United States can help this progress.
Before America became it’s own country, the American colonists had to work hard to fight for what they wanted. America didn’t do all its own work, the British helped them to achieve their goal. The British encouraged the American colonists to work harder to become independent by provided them with reasons to fight. Mercantilists believed that colonies existed for the home country, and not for settlers.
Spain used to be a force to reckon with, for sake of well being. But Spanish officials were often corrupt and committing acts of injustice,so neighboring countries chose to band up against Spain. After a warship has exploded, there was large controversy on who had done it, And the governments found it a good story to lie about and start a war, but really it was the product of a ship malfunction. American people wanted war, as did others, but Mckinley did not. However, he came through, and they went to war.
This compromise between the United States and Spain in the Adams-Onis Treaty was a significant compromise during the colonization of America because many conflicts between Spain and the U.S. were resolved, it led to further expansion of the U.S, and today, Florida has a huge effect on the United States. Florida did not just walk into the hands of the US though, other countries had already made their way to Florida to claim it as their own. This caused there to be many fights about who actually owned it. The Spanish were the first to colonize in Florida at St. Augustine and only had brief peace as sometime in the 17th century, Native Americans and English settlers attacked the people living there.
Cuba is a narrow island located in Caribbean. Cuba became part of the colonies of Spain in 16th century. After the Spanish- American War in 1898, Cuba seems successfully struggled for their independence; however, it actually came under United States’ (US) tutelage for more than 50 years. Starting from late 19th century, US had a dominant in Cuban affairs by directly exert its power in legal structure recognition so as to ensure maintaining its special rights in Cuba.
The end to the Spanish-American war meant that United States controlled Cuba, there were fewer export restrictions, and a creation of foreign market that was a problem by the time. The American industries could now export their excess manufactured goods to Cuban islands while acquiring raw materials. With creation of new market, United States created more jobs for its people to strive and produce more. United States corporations expanded into Cuba under the imperialist foreign policy increasing profits for US. There was unrest in the Philippines against the US troops resulting many deaths.
The Spanish-American War was fought in 1898 between Spain and the United States. The Spanish-American War ended Spain’s colonial rule in the Americas. The war began when Cuba tried to achieve independence from Spain in February of 1895. The United States officially declared war on Spain in April, after the USS Maine battleship exploded in Havana, killing 266 American sailors. It was never proven that Spain was actually responsible for the battleship sinking, but the US newspapers battle cry became “Remember the Maine.”
Congress approves force to stop the violence, but Spain declares war. In the end though, the U.S. won. The results led to the Treaty of Paris (1898), the Insular Cases of 1901, and acts/amendments on Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. Cuba: Teller Amendment (gives independence to Cuba) and the Platt Amendment (Cuba is a protectorate if they don’t have agreements with foreign countries without U.S. approval). Puerto Rico: Fonaker Act of 1900 and Jones Act 1917.
Due to the Missouri Compromise, new states in the North were automatically free states. The Northerns started to hate slavery and wanted to push other states to become free states. The South could not let this happen because their economy depending on slavery. Since the slave masters did not have to pay their workers, everything they sold was 100% profit to the South. If slavery was abolished, they’d have to find other ways to farm their plantations and would undoubtedly make less money.
“The Crucible of Empire: The Spanish-American War” documentary explain how the U.S got involved in a war that was between Spain and Cuba. Cuba wanted their independences from Spain. They wanted to have power over their own government and not stand under Spain which they have been for many decades. President William McKinley didn’t want the U.S to get between the two because he felt the U.S must avoid the temptation of territorial aggression. No everyone felt the same way as him, assistant secretary of the navy Teddy Roosevelt thought that a war with Spain over Cuba would make U.S a world power.