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  • “I place the military occupation of Mallburn in your able hands,” the prince told him.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • The Spanish-American War delivered Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines into U.S. control; when some members of the Senate objected to the military occupation of an archipelago seven thousand miles away-an occupation that would involve thousands of U.S. troops crushing a Philippine independence movement-one senator argued that the acquisition would provide the United States with access to the China market and mean “a vast trade and wealth and power.”

    The Audacity of Hope


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