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Hardback w/dust jacket, dj shows shelf wear/slight fraying, 239 pages, few ink notations & underlining, good condition. In 1898-1899 the United States suddenly became a colonial power. In an eighteen-month period it became master of the empires in the Caribbean and the Pacific.
Very Good+ in Good dust jacket; Red cloth hardcover with blind embossed titles on the front board and gilt spine titles; clean pages; tight binding; index; DJ one inch tear at spine head. Professor May suggests that when considering America's sudden acquision of an empire at the end of the 19th century as an aberration, one must also consider English and European political debate on the change in American attitudes toward expansion.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 239 pages.
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