Anglo-American Relations during the Spanish-American War

Anglo-American Relations during the Spanish-American War

Anglo-American Relations during the Spanish-American War

Anglo-American Relations during the Spanish-American War

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This manuscript was begun early in the fall of 1921 as a study in the diplomatic relations existing between the United States and Great Britain during the Spanish-American War. It was soon discovered that official negotiations of the two countries could only be understood when they were considered in connection with the record of contemporary public opinion. Consequently the plan was altered and enlarged for the purpose of coördinating the study of governmental documents with a critical review of the periodical literature and other source material that might serve to show the interplay between governmental action and public opinion.

The writer wishes to acknowledge grateful appreciation for the many courtesies extended her during the preparation of the study. Sincere thanks are due to Professor B. F. Shambaugh for the privileges granted in the library of the State Historical Society of Iowa and to the officials and attendants of the Chicago Public Library, Newberry Library at Chicago, the Company Library at Philadelphia and the Library of Congress at Washington. In the latter institution Dr. Charles Moore of the Manuscript Division rendered valuable assistance in securing a number of very helpful interviews and much unpublished material.

She is grateful to Professor H. G. Plum of the State . . .

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