The Danger of Dreams: German and American Imperialism in Latin America / Edition 1by Nancy Mitchell
Pub. Date: 09/27/1999
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
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Table of Contents
1. The Rise of German-American Antagonism
2. The Height of the German Challenge: The Venezuela Blockade, 1902-1903
3. The Reach of the Monroe Doctrine: The Germanization of Brazil
4. The Dominance of the United States: Huerta, Wilson, and Wilhelm
5. Image and Reality: The Utility of Misperception
"Move for move"
"The race for commercial supremacy"
"We never speak as we pass by"
"In bad form for good shooting"
"Who gets the Philippines?"
"Does Germany aim to control the Caribbean Sea?"
"Assault on New York"
"The Black Plan"
"He may not be hungry, but he has a hungry look"
"Hayti: 'Hoch der Kaiser!'"
"Italy: 'I'm the Kaiser's monkey: whose monkey are you?'"
"Uncle Sam: 'That's a live wire, gentlemen!'"
"On the Venezuelan pathgoing blind again"
"And nations rested 'neath its grateful shade"
"The oyster and the shell"
"Dot iss der last time"
"How about recognition?"
"His best platform manner"
"The road to the abyss"
"The new gown"
"Uncle Sam: 'It is hard to bring 'em all under one hat!'"
1. The Caribbean Region
2. Southern Brazil
3. The Hansa Colony
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