2 December 2017
By the late 19th Century, America was a growing industrial power with imperial interests abroad. With interests across the Pacific and growing attention on Central and South America, the United States was progressively more involved in world affairs as the years passed. Explore the connection between American imperial leanings and the incident in Havana Harbor, and how they helped propel the still-young nation onto the world stage.
- Platform of the American Anti-Imperialist League, 1899
- In Support of an American Empire, 1900, Albert J. Beveridge
- To the Person Sitting in Darkness, 1901, Mark Twain
- Christopher Burkett, Ashland University
- Jason Stevens, Ashland University
- Jennifer Keene, Chapman University