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On Sunday, President Obama flew to Havana, Cuba. He became the first president to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge in 1928.
The U.S. has had a trade embargo against Cuba since 1962. At the time, Cuba, which is located just 220 miles south of Miami, was allied with communist Russia in the Cold War. A base in Cuba had Soviet nuclear missiles pointed at the U.S.
The Cold War ended twenty-five years ago, but the embargo still stands. It bans most Cuban trade with the U.S. It prohibits Americans from investing in Cuba. Americans need special permission from their government to even visit Cuba.