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  1. 1. Philippines
  2. 2. Anti- Imperialist cartoon againstthe takeover of thePhilippines during the Spanish American War
  3. 3. Emilio Aguinaldo Filipino general, Politician and independence leader. First president of the Philippines Mark Twain Part of the Anti-Imperialistleague. Twain strongly objected tothe annexation of the Philippines. Ardently spoke out against the annexation
  4. 4. Andrew Carnegie Tried to arrange for independence of the Philippines . Personally offered $20 million to the Philippines so they could buy their independence from the U.S. Elwell Stephen OtisUnited States American Generalwho served In the Philippines . Military Governor of the Philippines during the Philippine-American war.
  5. 5. “...Why not spread its wings over the Philippines, I asked myself? ... I said to myself, Here are a people who have suffered for three centuries…But I have thought some more, since then, and I have read carefully the treaty of Paris and I have seen that we do not intend to free, but to subjugate the people of the Philippines. We have gone there to conquer, not to redeem. It should, it seems to me, be our pleasure and duty to make those people free, and let them deal with their own domestic questions in their own way. And so I am an anti-imperialist. I am opposed to having the eagle put its talons on any other land” - Mark Twain
  6. 6. “Imperialism is the policy of an empire. And an empire is a nationcomposed of different races, living under varying forms of government. A republic cannot be an empire…the consent of the governed and colonialism violates this theory. We do not want the Filipinos forcitizens. They cannot, without danger to us, share in the government of our nation and moreover, we cannot afford to add another race question to the race questions which we already have. Neither can we hold the Filipinos as subjects even if we could benefit them by doing...Our experiment in colonialism has been unfortunate. Instead of profit, it has brought loss. Instead of strength, it has brought weakness. Instead of glory, it has brought humiliation” -William Jennings Bryan

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