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How America really feels towards England

Moffett, Samuel E. (Samuel Erasmus), 1860-1908
Samuel E. Moffett examines the relationship between the United States and Great Britain. He concludes that the current, ongoing relationship depends upon the present policies of each nation and not on ancient history or sentimentalism. American policy is to be the dominant power in the Western hemisphere, and if this principle can be accepted by the British there shouldn't be any problems with maintaining a harmonious relationship.
South African War (1899-1902), Spanish-American War (1898), International relations, International relations--Philosophy, International relations--Public opinion, Communication in international relations, Diplomatic etiquette, Imperialism, Canals, Interoceanic, Great Britain, Africa, Southern, Western Hemisphere, Nicaragua
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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