The Resource American expansionism; the critical issues
- American expansionism; the critical issues
- Causes of the war: Foner, P. S. Why the United States went to war with Spain in 1898. Pratt, J. W. American business and the Spanish-American War. LaFeber, W. That 'splendid little war' in historical perspective.--China: the missing link: Grenville, J. A. S. and Young, G. B. The influence of strategy upon history: the acquisition of the Philippines. McCormick, T. Insular imperialism and the Open Door: the China market and the Spanish-American War. Young, M. B. American expansion, 1870-1900: the Far East.--Methods of empire: formal and informal: Miller, S. C. Our Mylai of 1900: Americans in the Philippine insurrection. Dunne, F. P. The Philippine peace. Healy, D. F. The United States in Cuba, 1898-1902.--Imperialism: Williams, W. A. The vicious circle of American imperialism. May, E. R. American imperialism: some tentative explanation.--Suggestions for further reading (p. 179-184)
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- xvi, 184 p.
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