The Impact of Intervention: The Dominican Republic During the U.S. Occupation of 1916-1924
M. Wiener Publishers, 1984 - History - 334 pages
a historian at the University of Illinois at Chicago, fairly describesthe mixed results of the occupation. . . . Some readers may disagreewith Mr. Calder?s assessment of the occupation?s long-termcosts?Dominican hostility to the United States and, less directly,the Trujillo regime that began in 1930?but this is nevertheless anexcellent study.? ?The New York Times Book Review?A work of exceptional historical analysis. . . . Calder is to be commendedfor his forthright analysis of the American occupation.??American Historical Review?A particularly good summary of U.S. imperialism at the turn ofthe century and a clear description of Dominican society and thepolitical system at that time.? ?Political Science QuarterlyBRUCE CALDER, University of Illinois, the author of Politics of Spirit, wrote a new introduction to this book.
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