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Title: Taking the Philippines

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Subject: History
Author: John L
Date: March 18, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
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The Philippines would give us a base open to the entire East. Beveridge claims the pacific is the ocean of the commerce of future. He says that wars in the future will be conflicts of power and commerce, therefore the power that rules the Pacific "rules the world". In the Pacific Ocean we had no commercial, naval, or military base...

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With the Philippines all of this will be possible. The island is filled with natural resources. Just as there are many positive effects of taking the Philippines, there are negative. Just conquering land like this just is not professional of a country. Like Abraham Lincoln said, "no man is good enough to govern another man without that mans consent"...

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