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S. government's agreement, what kind of relations would exist between the two governments. S. S. government gave itself the right to intervene in Cuba's internal affairs whenever it considered it appropriate. S. pressure finally led them to pass the amendment as part of the Cuban Constitution on June 12, 1901. 36 NEOCOLONIAL PERlOD 1902-1958 FIRST DECADES OF THE NEOCOLONIAL REPUBLIC On May 20, 1902, the n republic was established. S. authorities as a potential check on the political rise of the more radical Cuban military leaders.
Support given them through the annulment of the Platt Amendment and measures to stabilize the economy, mostly in the form of the sugar quota system and a new reciprocal trade treaty. For this reason, the state's destiny was effectively governed by Batista and his soldiers, 8 Antonio Guiteras Holmes (1906-1935) . A leader of the revolutionary and anti-imperialist struggle during the 1930, he was murdered by the Mendieta-CafferyBatista dictatorship on May 8 in EI Morrillo, Matanzas as he was about to leave the country to prepare an armed expedition to bring against that government.
S. capital's growing control over the Cuban economy, could not find anywhere else to make better use of its talents. Thus, scandals often arose in relation to government administration. These scandals abounded under the government of Jose Miguel G6mez (1909-1913)3, whose mandate was marked, moreover, by its savage repression of the uprising of the Independents of Color, a movement of many blacks and mulattos who were trying to fight racial discrimination, although without a clear awareness of how to do so.
A Brief History of Cuba by Rose Ana Berbeo