Impact of Intervention: The Dominican Republic during the U. S. Occupation of 1916-1924by Bruce J. Calder
A comprehensive and tolerant study, devoid of jargon. . . . Calder, a historian at the University of Illinois at Chicago, fairly describes the mixed results of the occupation. . . . Some readers may disagree with Mr. Calder's assessment of the occupation's long-term costs Dominican hostility to the United States and, less directly, the Trujillo regime that began in 1930 but this is nevertheless an excellent study.
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