Imperial Thoughts: The US Congress and the Philippine Questions, 1898--1934

Imperial Thoughts: The US Congress and the Philippine Questions, 1898--1934

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This dissertation analyzes the vast body of knowledge produced by congressmen, focusing on congressional records and challenging the traditional view that legislators' positions on the Philippines were related to the economic and political interests of the States they represented, and taking account of broader strategic, cultural, and ideological beliefs.The Philippines: Past and Present Worcestera#39;s second book, The Philippines: Past and Present, was published in 1914 in a very different context from that of his first. ... long-standing commitment to Philippine independence and Wilson victory raised questions, in the Philippines and the ... Filipinization of the civil service was one the most important changes brought by the new presidenta#39;s Filipino policy.


Title:Imperial Thoughts: The US Congress and the Philippine Questions, 1898--1934
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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