Imperialism and Revolution / Program 19

In our last episode of Imperialism and Revolution, we saw that the United States was able to establish a republic in Cuba that was characterized by U.S. commercial, financial, and ideological penetration. The United States would soon learn, however, that neocolonial republics are vulnerable to instability. By Charles McKelvey

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