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US expansionism; the imperialist urge in the 1890s.


Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1970.
ISBN , 0299058514

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Subjects Diplomatic relations.
Imperialism.
Imperialismus.
Territorial expansion.
USA.
United States -- Colonial question.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1865-1921.
United States.
Description ix, 315 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-308).
Contents pt. I. The setting: 1. A world of empires. 2. Destiny and dollars. 3. Evolution of the new imperialism : the Philippines. 4. James Harrison Wilson : a transitional expansionist -- part II. The matrices. 5. The tone of society. 6. Theodore Roosevelt and the sturdy virtues. 7. Civilization, barbarism, and Christianity. 8. Elihu Root : a world of order and progress. 9. Commercial domination. 10. Charles Denby : the China market. 11. Charles A. Conant : the implications of commercial struggle -- part III. The issues. 12. The anti-imperialist movement. 13. Conflict and consensus.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)104208
(OCoLC)ocm00104208
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WorldCat Identities Healy, David, 1926-
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