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During the Clinton administration, why did the U.S. stiffen its economic sanctions against Cuba? Castro decided to go ahead and accept Russian missiles. The island nation refused to trade with
the United States. Cuba had been guilty of shooting down two civilian planes. Castro refused to hand over American journalists he held.
During the Clinton administration, the U.S. stiffen its economic sanctions against Cuba because Castro decided to go ahead and accept Russian missiles.
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