The Spanish American War.This paper answers why we had an almost meaningless war with Spain over Cuba.
The Needless War With Spain
Near the turn of the century, America entered a war with Spain over the question of Cuba, the so-called "Ever Faithful Isle." According to William E. Leuchtenburg, Americans of the late 19th century felt compelled to aide the Cuban revolutionaries, despite their minimal knowledge of the situation. He also states that there was a strong imperialist feeling in the nation at this time. A coupling of aggressive American attitudes, and the desire to assist the Cuban revolutionaries, were what mainly caused the war according to Leuchtenburg.
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