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Imperialism and the Spanish American War
Country Profiles of Cuba, the Philippines, Spain and the United States from 1896 to 1904
Military Surgery, Some Lessons of the Spanish American War

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UNIT 8: American Foreign Policy, 1898-1920
Chapter 1: Cuba Libre!
Chapter 2: The Philippines
Chapter 3: The U.S, Cuba, and the Platt Amendment
Chapter 4: How the US Obtained the Panama Canal
Chapter 5: The Monroe Doctrine and the Roosevelt Corollary
Chapter 6: Three Theories Explaining Imperialism
Chapter 7: Alliances in Europe: 1914
Chapter 8: War in Europe: Who Was Responsible?
Chapter 9: Neutrality and the Lusitania
Chapter 10: America Goes to War
Chapter 11: The Fourteen Points and the Versailles Treaty
Chapter 12: Woodrow Wilson and the League of Nations