On the 45th anniversary incriminating new evidence revealed
As a Rough Rider in the Spanish-American War, Theodore Roosevelt’s attention to nature and love of animals were much in evidence, characteristics that would later help form his strong conservationist platform as president
The White Man’s Burden
Our war with Spain marked the first year of the American Century
Sexy and melancholy, festive and forlorn, the island has always heated the Yankee imagination. The author visits there in the late afternoon of a straitened era and looks back on four centuries of passionate misunderstandings.
In the twilight of Castro’s regime, one of the soldiers who put him in power recalls what it was like to be a fidelista up in the hills four decades ago when a whole new, just, democratic world was there for the building
MATTERS OF FACT
Was the Cuban leader always a Marxist or did the United States impel him in that direction? A distinguished historian of Cuban affairs examines the critical years when the Castro revolution became a communist dictatorship.
The U-2, Cuba, and the CIA
A Volunteer’s Eyewitness Account of the War With Spain
To the question of acquiring new territories overseas, and owning colonies, one group of Americans answered with a resounding “No!”