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The “ripe fruit” theory, by John Quincy Adams; the Monroe doctrine, the conception of “Manifest Destiny” … and what hangs, are not recent or forgotten in the US policy towards Cuba.
The wishes of the rulers and the great interests of the United States to try to seize Cuba, are not new, did not originate on January 1, 1959, as some, interested, seek to see and believe.
As early as June 23, 1773, three years before the independence of the Thirteen Colonies was decreed, John Adams, second president of the United States (1797-1801), in a letter to Robert Livingston, one of the main collaborators of Thomas Jefferson in the drafting of the Declaration of Independence and signatory of the Constitution of the United States by the State of New Jersey, stated the following: “… it is almost impossible to resist the conviction that the annexation of Cuba to our Federal Republic will be indispensable for the continuation of the Union. “
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