The Mexican War

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Jennifer T

 

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October 18, 2016

 

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There will always be controversy between the two sides of this matter, the Americans who feel that it had to be done, to the Mexicans who felt that it was an injustice done to their nation. First of all, socially, the Americans felt that it was their duty to spread their blessings of democracy and peace...
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Through manifest destiny, they insisted that their motives were pure and unselfish, and were done to help their neighboring nations. However, it actually served as the main driving force for America's desire for the conquest of Mexico's land that stretched to California. Another factor that added to their decision of America's territorial conquest was best said by Walt Whitman, "?What has miserable, inefficient Mexico-with her superstition, her burlesque upon freedom, her actual tyranny by the few over the many-what has she to do with the great mission of peopling the new world with a noble race? Be it ours, to achieve that mission! Be it ours to roll down all of the upstart leaven of old despotism, that comes our way!" America felt that inferior races like Mexico were there to be pillaged by stronger nations, for the greater good...
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