Separation of Panama from Colombia: Reply to an Article Entitled "The Panama Blackmail Treaty," Published in the February Number of "The Metropolitan," 1915
Press of Gibson Bros., 1916 - Colombia - 5 pages
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action of Colombia Administration America arbitrary act argument ARTICLE ENTITLED associates Books charges COLOMBIA REPLY conclusion consent Consequently Constitution contained continued date declaration dignity duty effect ENTITLED THE PANAMA equality established events exclusive exercise facts FEBRUARY NUMBER following force of arms full fundamental rights give GOVERNMENT OF COLOMBIA Granada guarantee help honor imposed incompatibility Insurrection integrity intent International Law intervene Isthmus JURISDICTION land leading legal lines love maintain material matter Metropolitan mutilate Nashville Nation November 13 occurred Panama Blackmail Treaty PANAMA FROM COLOMBIA pending political present President Roosevelt principles of International published punish purpose reach recognition refutation relation Republic of Panama responsibility revolution right of independence right of self-preservation right to respect rights of SOVEREIGNTY Roosevelt order sent SEPARATION OF PANAMA showing sovereign statements subdue support supreme authority territorial ownership text tion troops truth United violating WASHINGTON written
Page 2 - The United States also guarantee the rights of sovereignty and property which New Granada has and possesses over the said territory.
Page 2 - Maintain free and uninterrupted transit. If interruption is threatened by armed force, occupy the line of railroad. Prevent landing of any armed force with hostile intent, either Government or insurgent, at any point within 50 miles of Panama. Government force reported approaching the Isthmus in vessels. Prevent their landing if, in your judgment, the landing would precipitate a conflict.