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Beyond Our Shores: America Extends Its Reach (1890-1899)

History is full of many stories. Each group of people has its own stories. No two stories are exactly the same. The Monroe Doctrine—America's policy of intervention in other nations' affairs—has played a major role in the stories the United States has told about itself. This book will tell you another chapter in America's story—and it will also tell you the stories of Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Philippines.

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