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In the lion's den

Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928
Pages 87-92 of an unknown edition of Out West include a section entitled "In the Continental Neck," which is highlighted. It faults Panamanian leaders for not properly earning their new republic and the United States for not dealing fairly with Colombia.
Revolution (Panama : 1903), Diplomatic etiquette, Political ethics, International relations, Panama, Colombia
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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