What were the consequences of the Spanish-American War (War of 1898) for American foreign policy?

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David E. Shi and George Brown Tindall, America: A Narrative History, Vol. 2, 10th ed. (New York: W.W. Norton, 2016) [ISBN: 9780393265958].

 

 

 

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The Spanish American war of 1898 brought various consequences and changes in American foreign policy. A significant consequence of the war was the debate and argument over annexation. Despite the united states and Spain signing the Paris treaty of 1898, the Philippines status remained unresolved.

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