The Role Of US Imperialism In Latin America

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US Imperialism in Latin America Latin America's residence close to the United States made the improvement of relations between the two countries imperative during the beginning of the 20th century. William Jennings Bryan, Secretary of State for Woodrow Wilson, was seen as fairly important to the Imperialism. Although Bryan claimed that he was against imperialistic actions, he was still viewed by the economy as a successor of Imperialism. In 1898, the United States was on its way to war and desire for empire. The edge for war was initiated by the Cuban rebels who were revolting against Spanish control over Latin America. As the Cuban population spread into the United States, Cubans slowly began to express
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