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Post Eruption (1936)
With the eruption of Yellowstone the North American continent had been put into dissent, though Cuba had not been affected by the ash fall of Yellowstone. Much of Cuba would remain intact although they would have a problem of newcomers escaping to Cuba. Many people who fled to Cuba consisted of those who feared of the United States' downfall because of the eruption, those in predicted affected ares such as Texas, and those who lived in the states whose land fell into the Gulf of Mexico such as Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama. With the flux increase of people coming into the nation Cuba had to modernize as fast they could in a world where Mother Nature seemed to be going backwards in time.
With the flood of new immigrants not only brought more problems for their food, infrastructure, and economy, but they brought along their ideals. With the eruption many of the citizens of the United States, mainly in the southern states had flooded to Cuba. They brought along their conservative ideals, contrasting with their liberal ideals of the time. The
Civil Issues (1937-1940)
In 1937 current Cuban president of the time, Frederico Laredo Bru was known for his anti-American status during much of his political career which allowed for his election victory after the impeachment of former president Miguel Mariano Gomez. Much of his political advocacy was spent lessening the USA's influence on Cuba, that was working until the Yellowstone Eruption, and the flooding of American refugees. With the flood of refugees he enacted a series of cheap housing plans to help house the American refugees. Those housing programs had created poor ghettos within the major cities of Cuba, and with the American resentment that was across the country, Americans were forced into poor paying labor jobs or having no jobs at all. With a seeming switch the Americans who lived in Cuba were now forced into a similar sitaution that the blacks of the USA faced.