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Foreign Affairs Krystal McCracken American History Since 1865 Lisa Bowie May 20, 2013 Since 1865 the United States has been involved in quite a bit of foreign affairs. The sinking of the USS Maine which kicked us into the Spanish American War, the Great War (WWI), WWII, Cold War and the Korean War are all examples of foreign affairs. Rebels in Cuba wanted complete freedom from Spain's reign and America saw a need to support them. So on January 25, 1898 the US Battleship Maine was sent to Havana Harbor Cuba. On February 15,1898 there was an explosion and the USS Maine was blown to pieces.
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