America As A World Power, 1897-1907 (25) by John Holladay LatanéAmerica As A World Power, 1897-1907 (25) by John Holladay Latané

America As A World Power, 1897-1907 (25)

byJohn Holladay Latané

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Dieses historische Buch kann zahlreiche Tippfehler und fehlende Textpassagen aufweisen. Käufer können in der Regel eine kostenlose eingescannte Kopie des originalen Buches vom Verleger herunterladen (ohne Tippfehler). Ohne Indizes. Nicht dargestellt. 1907 edition. Auszug: ...success. He gave a new interpretation to the Monroe Doctrine, virtually constituting the United States the regulator of the financial relations of the LatinAmerican republics. In his hasty recognition of Panama he departed from all precedents. His activity in national affairs was equally striking and unusual. He astonished the country by his interference in the anthracite coal strike and the consequent adjustment of a dispute which seriously threatened industrial peace and the welfare of thousands of individuals. In his first message to Congress he began an attack on trusts and large aggregations of capital, and put his principles to the test in the successful prosecution of the Northern Securities Company. In many things he utterly disregarded the wishes and prejudices of whole sections and classes: by inviting Booker Washington, a leader of the negroes, to his table at the White House, and by the appointment of negroes to office in the South, he antagonized that section. The advancement of General Wood, formerly colonel of the Rough Riders, to a high position in the army raised a storm of opposition, but the president did not flinch from his purpose. He interfered openly in the politics of several states, notably in Maryland, New York, and Ohio. The death of Senator Hanna, February 15, 1904, removed the last centre of opposition, leaving Roosevelt in control in Ohio and without a formidable rival for the next nomination. VOL. XXV. IS Serious concern was caused to the administration by the discovery in 1903 of extensive public land and postal frauds. For three or four years intimations had been whispered in Washington that the administration of the post-office department was thoroughly...
Title:America As A World Power, 1897-1907 (25)Format:PaperbackDimensions:52 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.11 inPublished:October 14, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:German

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217164706

ISBN - 13:9780217164702