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posted by Sid.V

why building a positive relationship with Cuba through tourism would be beneficial to the United States.

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  1. Ms. Sue

    It's close. It's warm. It has a unique culture. It's best to be on good terms with neighbors.

  2. Sid.V

    Thanks :)

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