What prevented the US from taking possession of cuba after the spanish american wat?
Nothing, the US did take possession of Cuba after the Spanish-American War.
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Theodore Roosevelt advocated intervention in Cuba, to support the Cuban people and their desire for independence and to promote the Monroe Doctrine. The US couldn't really take possession of a country as an imperialist if they just freed them from another imperialist. It was the beginning of the "international police" identity that would unite the nation against the evil imperialists of the world. Yet, the US wouldn't help other nations without getting something in return…
If a bank is on the brink of taking possession of a company, chances are the company is in financial trouble. When the bank does take possession it usually means that the company has gone into foreclosure. They will then sell the property and the company owners will need to settle their financial issues.