The Senate and the Philippines: the Debate in the Senate of the Fifty-fifth Congress on the Ratification of the Peace Treaty with Spain December 6, 1898-February 6, 1899
School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University., 1960 - Treaty of Peace between the United States and Spain - 464 pages
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HISTORY OF TREATY OF PEACE WITH SPAIN
SIGNIFICANT ASPECTS OF THE STRUGGLE
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