5 edition of Extension of American commerce into the Latin republics of America found in the catalog.
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Theodore Roosevelt to William Bayard Hale, February 26, 1904, in Morrison, Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, vol. One hundred years after the United States won its independence from the British Empire, had it become an empire of its own?
As a percentage of total American foreign trade, Asian trade remained comparatively small, and yet the idea that Asian markets were vital to American commerce affected American policy and, when those markets were threatened, prompted interventions.
Christian missionaries soon followed explorers and traders. In the decades after the American Civil War, the United States exerted itself in the service of American interests around the world. foreign policy, would have long-term consequences. After the surrender of the Spanish in the Spanish-American War, the United States assumed control of the Philippines and struggled to contain an anti-American insurgency.
Strangers in the Land: Patterns of American Nativism, 1860—1925. Wells viewed her anti-lynching campaign as a kind of anti-imperialist activism. Skaggs, The Great Guano Rush: Entrepreneurs and American Overseas Expansion New York: Macmillan, 1994 ; Robert A.
White on Arrival: Italians, Race, Color, and Power in Chicago, 1890—1945.
Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2000.
Amid fighting to secure the Philippine Islands, the federal government sent two Philippine Commissions to assess the situation in the islands and make recommendations for a civilian colonial government.