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Q: What role did the press play in rallying American support for a war in cuba?
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What role did the press play in rallying American support for war in cuba?

Democratic countries are sometimes perceived as weak, because the leader of the nation has limited powers


Which country did America support during the Spanish American war?

Cuba.


Was the press irresponsible in covering the buildup to the Spanish-American War?

No, because they reported heavily on Spanish atrocities in Cuba, gaining public support for the war.


What fueled American support for rebels in Cuba?

Yellow Journalism


Which ship exploded and became the rallying cry of war in cuba?

USS Maine


Nickname that the American press gave the Spanish General in Cuba?

Valeriano Weyler was called The Butcher.


Nickname the American press dubbed the Spanish General in Cuba?

General V. Weyler was called The Butcher.


What were the long term causes of the Spanish-American War?

One long term cause of the Spanish American War was to protect American business interests in Cuba. Another cause was America's support for Cuba's independence.


How did the conflict begin in the Spanish American War?

The Genesis of the War was the support by the US media and the Public for the Independence of Cuba.


Was the press irresponsible in covering the buildup to the Spanish-Americans war?

No, because they reported heavily on Spanish atrocities in Cuba, gaining public support for the war.


What was the role yellow journalism is building American support for Cuba?

The Hearst newspapers ran stories concerning Cuba to push towards war. We had a similar thing happen with going into Iraq.


American support for the rebels in Cuba was fueled by?

The U.S. feared of having a Spanish colony so close to the United States.