Christian Nationalism and U.S. Expansion in the Spanish-American War
Matthew McCullough argues that the Spanish-American War signaled a crucial turning point in American self-understanding and self-justification.
If one moment symbolizes the unification of the continents, it might be the creation of the diocese of Manila—as a suffragan see of Mexico City.
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