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THE UNITED STATES IN THE
CARIBBEAN, 1776 - 1985
4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E
APRIL 5TH, 2011
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
Reasons for U.S’s
interest in the
Caribbean btw 17761870
TRADE AND
INVESTMENTS
UNITED STATES
IDEOLOGY
DEFENSE
EXPANSIONISM
Cuba
Puerto Rico
Imperialism
Trade routes
National Security
Factors responsible for U.S’s
involvement in the Caribbean
territories
Panama
Haiti
Political instability
Foreign interferences
Dominican Republic
Ideological Conflict
Grenada
ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND CULTURAL
CONSEQUENCES OF U.S’S
INVOLVEMENT IN:
DESCRIBE THE POLICIES OF THE CASTRO REVOLUTION
POLITICAL, ECONOMIC
SOCIAL REFORMS
OPPOSITION TO THE UNITED STATES
CONSOLIDATION OF
THE REVOLUTION
NATIONALISM AND
COMMUNISM
ASSESS THE UNITED STATES’S
RESPONSE TO THE CASTRO
REVOLUTION
Political and Economic embargo
Ideological Warfare
Military Intervention
International Pressure
Explain the impact on the
Caribbean of the Castro
revolution
ASSESS THE IMPACT OF UNITED
STATES’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE
ENGLISH-SPEAKING CARIBBEAN
BTW 1939-1985