Stone Collection: Volume 83 - Item 81
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81. Talcott Williams, “The Causes of Cuban Insurrection,” Outlook (September 15, 1906): 111-14.
Report on a new insurrection in Cuba following the re-election of the Republic’s conservative president, Tomas Estrada Palma. “The insurrection in Cuba is both overestimated and undervalued by the American,” the author notes in his first sentence. (The United States eventually sent an expeditionary force to occupy the island.)