1 edition of Expansionism found in the catalog.
Richard Allen Sauers
Alphabetically arranged entries cover the history of the expansion of American sovereignty from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean.
|Statement||Richard Sauers ; Jennifer L. Weber, general editor|
|Series||Key concepts in American history, Key concepts in American history|
|Contributions||Weber, Jennifer L., 1962-|
|LC Classifications||E179.5 .S25 2010eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (x, 118 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||118|
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Religion and Empire is an innovative and provocative study of the two largest states of the Precolumbian Americas, the Aztec and Inca Empires. By examining the causes of the formation and expansion of these two empires, the authors identify similar patterns and processes underlying their rise and decline. They demonstrate that in both examples among the critical elements in the transition from 4/5(3). [T]his book offers inquiries into some very knotty issues of sovereignty and historical contingency." --Elizabeth S. Manley, The Historian "Expansionism is a book that is excellent for the understanding of Cuban history, and at the same time, a volume that should be required reading for every American student of US history.
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The book chooses to call the American imperialism of the period "expansionism", and traces its philosophical origins to American thinking about its position and role in the Western Hemisphere, as it developed throughout the Nineteenth by: Expansionism 1st Edition by Frank Villafana (Editor) ISBN Format: Paperback.
American Expansionism surveys the history of U.S. territorial expansion from the end of the American Revolution until the beginning of the American Civil War in Besides ¿foreign¿ expansion such as the Louisiana Purchase and the acquisition of the lands of the Mexican cession, the book also covers the ¿internal¿ expansion as American settlers moved west/5(3).
In US Expansionism, David Healy examines this brief but important chapter in American history. Analyzing the various intellectual, cultural, and economic forces that engendered and shaped America’s imperialist drive, Healy also illustrates the key personalities involved, 3/5.
American Expansionism, provides students with an invaluable accessible introduction to the subject, with key documents from the time period and learning aids such as a glossary, who¿s who, chronology and guide for further reading.
Mark S. Joy is Professor of American History, Jamestown College, Jamestown, North Dakota/5(3). The result is a remarkable and necessary book about how faith in divinely ordained expansionism has marked the course of American history. Read more Read less click to open popoverCited by: Winner of the Webb essay competition forSamuel J.
Watson of Rice University studies U.S. Army officers' responses to territorial expansionism between and Sam W. Haynes uncovers the social and political complexities, including a widespread fear of Great Britain, /5.
Read this book on Questia. Although destiny and mission have a pedigree that predates the nation itself, it was not until the early nineteenth century that profound changes in American life were combined with the idealism of the nation's revolutionary beginnings and with currents of European Romanticism to produce a popular romantic nationalism that gave new meaning to the idea of progress.
The feeling of American superiority as a reason for expansionism is shown by a book written by Josiah strong Our Country: Its Possible Future and Present Crisis.
His book states Americans have the greatest wealth, numbers and civilization so why would foreign nations not want us to rule them. Fascinating overview of the ideological foundations of American expansionism as encapsulated in the phrase 'manifest destiny.' Very substantial but condensed treatment of the subject at pages although the text dulls towards the end when it talks about the Cold War era.
Very interesting, /5. Starting in the early part of the nineteenth century, American administrations expressed a desire to own Cuba. A rationale for adding Cuba to the territory of the United States could be built on Cubaâ s sugar and tobacco industries, as well as Cubaâ s mineral deposits.
But economics was not the primary motivation. American presidents knew that in the event of war, any nation occupying Cuba.
[T]his book offers inquiries into some very knotty issues of sovereignty and historical contingency.” —Elizabeth S. Manley, The Historian “Expansionism is a book that is excellent for the understanding of Cuban history, and at the same time, a volume that should be required reading for every American student of US history.
Because of its geographic position as the “key to the Gulf of Mexico,” Author: Frank Villafana. From America's early expansions into Transappalachia and the Louisiana Purchase through later additions of Alaska and island protectorates in the Caribbean and Pacific, Nugent demonstrates that the 4/5(1).
The expansionist imperial history of the United States from to the close of the s has more or less been erased from the books. It’s quite extraordinary. I have called this, in my own book, the largest historiographical gap in the history of modern empires.
There is a vast literature on the war of In US Expansionism, David Healy examines this brief but important chapter in American history. A final section of the book examines the anti-imperialist opposition inspired by the new policy, and the ensuing debates about the proper role of American power.
Read "Expansionism Its Effects on Cuba's Independence" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Starting in the early part of the nineteenth century, American administrations expressed Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Get this from a library. Expansionism. [Richard Allen Sauers; Jennifer L Weber] -- Alphabetically arranged entries cover the history of the expansion of American sovereignty from the. Expansionism Words | 2 Pages. Expansionism Throughout history, many great nations have amassed an immense empire through expansionism, which is a nation's practice or policy of territorial or economic expansion.
The United States expansionism was present since it. Western Expansion: Selected full-text books and articles. A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts. Manifest Destiny and Empire: American Antebellum Expansionism.
"These six studies from the Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lectures offer specific treatments of American antebellum. The Origins of the Second World War was received negatively in some quarters when it was published in The book set off a huge storm of controversy and debate that lasted for years.
At least part of the vehement criticism was due to the confusion in the public's mind between Taylor's book and another book published inDer Erzwungene Krieg (The Forced War) by the American historian Alma mater: Oriel College, Oxford.William McKinley on American Expansionism () After the surrender of the Spanish in the Spanish-American War, the United States assumed control of the Philippines but struggled to contain an anti-American insurgency.
I would like to say just a word about the Philippine business.expansionism. By the early 20th century, only two countries in all of Africa—Ethiopia and Liberia—remained independent.
Imperialists also competed for territory in Asia, espe-cially in China. In its lateth-century reform era, Japan replaced its old feudal order with a strong central govern-ment.