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What policy did the United States adopt toward Cuba after the Spanish-American War? The United States made Cuba a protectorate in an attempt to annex Cuba at a later time. The United States supported Cuban independence but reserved the right to intervene in Cuban affairs. The United States provided military support to the Cubans in their fight to gain independence from Spain. The United States suppressed a Cuban independence movement in order to protect Cuban citizens from civil unrest.

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A or B. Most likely B.
I know they sent troops to Cuba until 1936.

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