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What arguments could have been made for the idea that the United States should grant Cuba its independence? 

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At the time of the Spanish-American War, there were a number of different arguments that were made for granting Cuba its independence.  Some of them include:

We do not want Cubans to become Americans.  During this time period, Americans were typically quite racist. ...

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