In the Eyes of Our Neighbors

Hoyt, Elizabeth E.
May 1919
New Republic;5/31/19, Vol. 19 Issue 239, p147
Focuses on the rumor on the cession of Martinique and nearby island of Guadeloupe by France to the United States in a partial settlement of the war debt. Protests of people of Martinique; Intention of the Monroe doctrine; Protest of the Committee of Defense to President Woodrow Wilson.


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