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The Wards Island bus had even more rough riders than the bus coming from Rikers. Hot girl summer She can speak french Larrie Mormon Car Bomb Nineteenth-century Americans understood the dangers of getting involved in foreign conflicts much better than their descendants.
They were deeply anti-militarist, in part because they feared that a large standing army would encourage involvement in overseas wars. Large numbers of troops, when they were needed — in , and — were raised quickly, then just as quickly demobilized. At the end of the Civil War, the United States Army numbered a million men; later, Congress trimmed it to just 28, soldiers and officers. And yet, by the end of the century, technology and economic globalization were making a younger generation nervous about how long their country could remain isolated and unarmed.
This sense of vulnerability in a changing world was not the only thing that had Americans rethinking their place in it. The country was growing — its population went from 31 million in to 76 million within four decades; its per capita economic output doubled in the last third of the 19th century.
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When they read about massacres of Armenians by the Ottoman Army, American editors and readers were apoplectic and demanded that Washington threaten military action. They called for war against imperialist Britain in a land dispute with Venezuela.
The plight of the Cubans was particularly affecting: Over the next three years, hundreds of thousands of civilians died, many in Spanish concentration camps, the existence of which spurred hundreds of Americans to join illegal filibuster missions to aid the rebels. Richard Harding Davis, a correspondent who traveled across Cuba in early , came back convinced that it was up to the United States to stop the slaughter. It was not enough to chastise Spain for its excesses, he wrote. Millions of Americans agreed.
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