Race and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Ages of Territorial and Market Expansion, 1840 to 1900

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Michael L. Krenn
Taylor & Francis, 1998 - History - 410 pages
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Contents

Series Introduction
vii
Redeeming Texas from Mexicans 18211836
43
The Origins of AntiMexican Sentiment in the United States
61
Historical Roots of Anglo American
89
Mexican Opinion American Racism and the War of 1846
103
The Slavery Problem in the Diplomacy of the American Civil
117
Frederick Douglass and American Diplomacy in the Caribbean
169
Racism and the Imperialist Campaign
189
Race and American Expansion in Cuba and Puerto Rico
254
The Racial Overtones of Imperialism as a Campaign Issue 1900
266
Black Americans and the Quest for Empire 18981903
277
An AfroAmerican Rebel in the Philippines
300
Booker T Washington and the White Mans Burden
317
Opposition of Negro Newspapers to American Philippine Policy
345
Racial AngloSaxonism and the American Response
371
Black Americans and the Boer War 18991902
390

Imperialism and the AngloSaxon
208
The AntiImperialists the Philippines and the Inequality of
241
Acknowledgments
409
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Michael L. Krenn is professor and chair of the Department of History at Appalachian State University. He is author or editor of ten previous books, including "Black Diplomacy: African Americans and the State Department, 1945-1969".

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