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American imperialism – (“Thomas Jefferson, in the 1780s, awaited the fall of the Spanish empire until “our population can be sufficiently advanced to gain it from them piece by piece.”[5][6] In turn, historian Sidney Lens notes that “the urge for expansion – at the expense of other peoples – goes back to the beginnings of the United States itself.””) ~ Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Imperialism and empire Further information: Modern empires, Overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii, History of the Philippines (1898–1946), and Philippine–American War On the cover of Puck published on April 6, 1901, in the wake of gainful victory in the Spanish–American … Continue reading

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American imperialism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Imperialism and empire Further information: Modern empires, Overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii, History of the Philippines (1898–1946), and Philippine–American War On the cover of Puck published on April 6, 1901, in the wake of gainful victory in the Spanish–American … Continue reading

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Brewing a Conflict with China by Paul Craig Roberts

Washington has pressured the Philippines, whose government it owns, into conducting joint military exercises in the South China Sea. Washington’s excuse is that China has territorial disputes with the Philippines, Indonesia, and other countries concerning island and sea rights in … Continue reading

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PACIFIC WRECKS…

  December 7, 1941 December 2011 marks the beginning of 70th anniversary remembrances for the Pacific War. Look for ongoing day-by-day coverage of Pacific War happenings everyday on Pacific Wrecks. 2nd Lt. Ed Fitchett Born in Poughkeepsie, NY Fitchett developed … Continue reading

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