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Manifest Destiny and Mission in American History

A Reinterpretation, With a New Foreword by John Mack Faragher

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$37.50 • £30.95 • €34.00

ISBN 9780674548053

Publication Date: 10/25/1995

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278 pages

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  • Foreword [John Mack Faragher]
  • Preface
  • 1. Prologue
  • 2. Manifest Destiny
  • 3. Polk
  • 4. War and the Opposition
  • 5. “All Mexico”
  • 6. Sectional and Party Attitudes
  • 7. Problems
  • 8. The Demise of All Mexico
  • 9. A Caribbeanized Manifest Destiny
  • 10. The Demise of Continentalism
  • 11. The Rise and Fall of Insular Imperialism
  • 12. Mission
  • Index

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