The Crisis of 1898: Colonial Redistribution and Nationalist by Angel Smith, Emma Dávila-Cox
By Angel Smith, Emma Dávila-Cox
In 1898 the U.S. and Spain went to warfare over the political way forward for Cuba. on the finish of the clash, the world's distribution of imperial strength had dramatically replaced, the previous Spanish empire giving technique to the imperialist pursuits of the younger American state. even as, the entire international locations concerned skilled a few kind of nationalist mobilisation by reason of the struggle. This booklet explores the interaction of political, monetary, social and armed forces points of the 1898 warfare within the usa, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Spain and the Philippines, all major characters during this brief yet momentous turn-of-the-century drama.
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P. 48. Rubin F. We son, Racism in US Imperialism: the Influence of Racial Policies on American Foreign Policy, 1983-1946 (Columbia, University of South Carolina Press, 1972), pp. 9-19. John Oldfield pursues the idea of a broader post-1898 nationalist rapprochement in the next chapter in this volume. Walter L. Williams, 'United States Indian Policy and the Debate over Philippine Annexation: Implications for the Origins of American Imperialism', Journal of American History, vol. 81O-12. Hunt,op.
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