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- The Central American Telegraph Company is requesting government intervention on the company's behalf in a dispute with Panama. Senator Lodge disagrees with President Roosevelt's position on the matter and suggests that the government give their business to an American company instead of the English telegraph company operating in the area.
- Concessions--Government policy, Telecommunication--Political aspects, Business and politics, International relations, Panama, Colombia
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from Henry Cabot Lodge to Theodore Roosevelt
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