Essay heading: 1994 DBQ Manifest Destiny
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December 18, 2003
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5 / 1243
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The ultimate result was a war with Spain and the eventual question over Cuba and the Philippines. The expansionist feeling had never really died after the closing of the West; it just refocused on land that did not rightfully belong to America.
In the 1890's, America was looking to test its strength against the mighty powers of Europe and Japan...
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These foreign powers were beginning to move out of their own countries to seek land in other countries. Document A, a political cartoon from Thomas Nast, is a perfect allegory for how the powers of Europe quite literally picked countries right off the map, and added them to their ?grab-bag.' Americans, expressing a worry in this, looked back onto the Monroe Doctrine, which proclaimed that European powers would no longer colonize or interfere with the affairs of the newly independent nations of the Americas...
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