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Xxxviii Introduction The development of significant anti-imperialist sentiment in the United States in 1900, spearheaded by the Democratic presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan, led the insurgents to hold out, hoping that the defeat of McKinley would lead to an eventual American withdrawal. This expectation failed to materialize. Filipino resistance suffered after McKinley gained reelection in November 1900, blasting insurgents’ hopes for an early grant of independence. In March 1901 Brigadier General Frederick Funston led a group of pro-American Macabebe tribesmen to Aguinaldo’s headquarters in a remote area of Luzon and captured him.

On June 3 Sampson attempted to block the channel with an old ship, the Merrimac. Naval constructor Richmond P. Hobson commanded this bold enterprise. The ship came to rest outside the channel, but this brave failure brought fame to Hobson and his small crew, who were taken prisoner. On June 24 Shafter advanced eastward from his landing locations to the small village of Las Guásimas on a miserable road known as the Camino Real. His men soon encountered Spanish troops, who inflicted the first casualties on the American troops.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1965. McCraw, Thomas K. Prophets of Regulation: Charles Francis Adams, Louis D. Brandeis, James M. Landis, Alfred E. Kahn. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1984. S. imperialism. Jane Addams was born in Cedarville, Illinois, on September 6, 1860, the eighth of nine children, to a middle-class family of millers. She graduated from the Rockford Female Seminary (now Rockford College) in Rockford, Illinois, in 1882. She continued her education in Europe after graduation and there became interested in poverty, slums, and the care of the disadvantaged.

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