WAS US INTERVENTION IN THE CUBAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE AN EXAMPLE OF HUMANITARIAN ALTRUISM (I.E., HEGEMONY) OR IMPERIALISM?

Was US intervention in the Cuban War of Independence an example of humanitarian altruism (i.e., hegemony) or imperialism?

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Response to the question, “Was US intervention in the Cuban War of Independence an example of humanitarian altruism (i.e., hegemony) or imperialism?” in 600 words. This essay will take the stance that the US DID adopted imperialist strategies during this conflict. but will also look at other points of view in the discussion surrounding the US participation in the Cuban War of Independence (1898) against Spain.

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Sources you might want to use:
*Keen & Haynes “The Two Americas: United States-Latin American Relations” (Chapter22, pp. 559-573 only)
*D. Healy “One War from Two Sides: the Cuban Assessment of US-Cuba Relations.”

Web sites:
? Lincoln Cushing, “1898-1998: Centennial of the Spanish American War” www.zpub.com/cpp/saw.html
? Hal W. Neuman, “Civilize Them With a Krag” (article) http://www.oocities .org/athens /forum/ 3807/featu res /krag.ht ml
? “The Age of Imperialism” www.smplanet.com/imperialism/toc.html
? New York Public Library, “A War in Perspective, 1898-1998: Public Appeals, Memory, and the Spanish-American Conflict” www.nypl.org/research/chss/epo/spanexhib/index.html

Articles:
1) Bailey, Thomas A. “Dewey and the Germans at Manila Bay.” The American Historical Review,
Volume 45, Issue #1 (October, 1939): 59-81. JSTOR
2) Cosmas, Graham A. “From Order to Chaos: The War Department, The National Guard, and Military
Policy, 1898.” Military Affairs, Volume 29, Issue #3 (Autumn, 1965): 105-122.
3) Eyre, Jr., James K. “Russia and the American Acquisition of the Philippines.” The Mississippi Valley
Historical Review, Volume 28, Issue #4 (March, 1942): 539-562. JSTOR
4) Gatewood, Jr., William B. “Black Americans and the Quest for Empire, 1898-1903.” The Journal of
Southern History, Volume 38, Issue #4 (November, 1972): 545-566. JSTOR
5) Holbo, Paul S. “Presidential Leadership in Foreign Affairs: William McKinley and the Turpie-Foraker Amendment.” The American Historical Review, Volume 72, Issue #4 (July, 1967): 1321-1355. JSTOR
6) Larrabee, Harold A. “The Enemies of Empire.” American Heritage 1960 11(4): 28-33, 76-80.
7) Lasch, Christopher. “The Anti-imperialists, the Philippines, and the Inequality of Man.” Journal of
Southern History 1958 24(3): 319-331. JSTOR
8) McKee, Delber L. “Samuel Gompers, the A.F. of L., and Imperialism, 1895-1900.” Historian 1959
21(2): 187-199.
9) Miller, Larry C. “William James and Twentieth-Century Ethnic Thought.” American Quarterly 1979
31(4): 533-555.
10) Vaughan, Christopher A. “The “Discovery” of the Philippines by the U.S. Press, 1898-1902.”
Historian 1995 57(2): 303-314.
11) Welch, Richard E., Jr. “Senator George Frisbie Hoar and the Defeat of Anti-imperialism, 1898-1900.”
Historian 1964 26(3): 362-380.

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