[Readers might be interested in this review and a retort from the book author, at H-Empire, concerning early American expansion and the nature of American imperialism. To view the author's reply, click on the "replies" link at the end of the review, or click over to the review to see it.]
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July 21-24, 2016
Although it's not clear to me why a network dedicated to military history commissioned this review, it's on a subject of direct interest to scholars in our era.
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