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From the Publisher"A useful contribution. . . . Fascinating."
— Patterns of Prejudice
"A very significant contribution to the study of American imperialism. . . . A book that will define and influence the way the next generation of scholars will look at the American empire in the Philippines and Asia. . . . An impressive book that is both highly specific and broadly suggestive. It presents a thorough and thoughtful study of the imperial relationship between the United States and the Philippines. . . . A solid contribution toward building a new historiography of U.S. empire."
"An important work not only to the field of Philippine-American studies, but also to the studies of race and imperialism in general."
—Journal of American Studies
"Compelling. . . . The author shows impressive command of . . . the sources in the United States and the Philippines, ranging from personal papers, newspapers, and military civilian archives. . . . Highly recommend[ed]."
"A formidable assessment of the intertwined nature of race and U.S. imperialism."
— Journal of Southern History
"A useful and often original analysis of a very interesting and highly complex period of colonial history."
— Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
"A much needed and innovative intervention into the scholarship on the American empire and the Philippine nation-state."
Vicente L. Rafael, University of Washington"