Benevolent Assimilation

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Benevolent Assimilation U.S. Foreign Policy The Writing on the Wall? In many ways President William McKinley’s Benevolent Assimilation Proclamation could serve as a motto for the United States in all occasions that we have decided to intervene in affairs abroad. The United States has continually entered affairs in foreign states when our entrance in to their affairs was not all that necessary, or desired by all. The amazing thing about the situations we have chosen to impose upon is that they all seem to occur in locations that we have deemed desirable either of commercial or military gain. The Philippines are no exception to this rule. It is a widely known fact that the past is what actually happened, and history is what is said to have happened. This is particularly true in the United States because our Government has proven itself to be really good at covering up things we thing should not be known by the general public. The only concept of Concentration Camps in America focuses on Auschwitz and other notorious sites all across Europe. We would never think
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