First Great Triumph

First Great Triumph We Were Sure That We Would Win, That We Should Score The First Great Triumph In A Mighty World Movement Theodore Roosevelt, 1904 Americans Like To Think They Have No Imperial Past In Fact, The United States Became An Imperial Nation Within Five Short Years A Century Ago 1898 1903 , Exploding Onto The International Scene With The Conquest Of Cuba, Puerto Rico, The Philippines, Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, And Indirectly Panama How Did The Nation Become A Player In World Politics So Suddenly And What Inspired The Move Toward Imperialism In The First Place The Renowned Diplomat And Writer Warren Zimmermann Seeks Answers In The Lives And Relationships Of Five Remarkable Figures The Hyper Energetic Theodore Roosevelt, The Ascetic Naval Strategist Alfred T Mahan, The Bigoted And Wily Henry Cabot Lodge, The Self Doubting Moderate Secretary Of State John Hay, And The Hard Edged Corporate Lawyer Turned Colonial Administrator Elihu Root Faced With Difficult Choices, These Extraordinary Men, All Close Friends, Instituted New Political And Diplomatic Policies With Intermittent Audacity, Arrogance, Generosity, Paternalism, And Vision Zimmermann S Discerning Account Of These Five Men Also Examines The Ways They Exploited The Readiness Of The American People To Support A Surge Of Expansion Overseas He Makes It Clear Why No Discussion Of America S International Responsibilities Today Can Be Complete Without Understanding How The United States Claimed Its Global Powers A Century Ago.

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  • Hardcover
  • 576 pages
  • First Great Triumph
  • Warren Zimmermann
  • English
  • 22 November 2017
  • 0374179395

10 thoughts on “First Great Triumph

  1. says:

    In 2016 the United States has over 700 military bases across the world As the sole superpower, it feels entitled to intervene anywhere it chooses and goes to great lengths to provide the network of facilities that will enable it to do so.This situation is relatively new When I was a young man, it was the Cold War that was used to explain American global military expansion, but as events since the end of the USSR in 1991 have shown, there has been somethingdriving the U.S to dominate the In 2016 the United States has over 700 military bases across the world As the sole superpower, it feels entitled to intervene anywhere it chooses and goes to great lengths to provide...

  2. says:

    I have mixed emotions about this book The author argues that the US is, and has always been, an Imperialist nation He cites the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, and the Westward Expansion across the continent as proof of his premise and the Spanish American War as the fruition of American Imperialism that has since matured throughout the 20th Century I think his analysis deeply flawed, although an argument can certainly be made that the Spanish American War was in fact an American dalli I have mixed emotions about this book The author argues that the US is, and has always been, an Imperialist nation He cites the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, and the Westward Expansion across the continent as proof of his premise and the Spanish American War as the fruition of American Imperialism that has since matured throughout the 20th Century I think his analysis deeply flawe...

  3. says:

    This is a good read I d strongly recommend to anyone with an interest in the major events of the McKinley and Roosevelt administrations and the rise of the United States as a global power Zimmermann offers brief but incisive biographies of John Hay, Henry Cabot Lodge, Alfred Thayer Mahan, Theodore Roosevelt, and Elihu Root and offers a compelling portrayal of their influence on events before, during, and after the Spanish American War including what happened in Cuba, Hawaii, the Philippines, a This is a good read I d strongly recommend to anyone with an interest in the major events of the McKinley and Roosevelt administrations and the rise of the United States as a global power Zimmermann offers brief but incisive biographies of John Hay, Henry Cabot Lodge, Alfred Thayer Mahan, Theodore Roosevelt, and Elihu Root and offers a compelling portrayal of their influence on events before, during, and after the Spanish American War including what happe...

  4. says:

    Writing en route to Cuba during the Spanish American War, Theodore Roosevelt envisioned the coming campaign as the first great triumph in what will be a world movement That movement the emergence of the United States as a world power is the subject of this thoughtful approach to the history and diplomacy...

  5. says:

    Warren Zimmermann gives a fresh look at American politicians at the turn of the 20th Century Describes political attitudes that we were not taught in school Looks at the then Imperialistic nature of America Tells of the American acquisition of Hawaii, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Philippines At the same time some social reform was legislated, largely control of Trusts and better management in Tariffs This is quite an eye opener Americans were of the thinking that Manifest Destiny applied to Americ Warren Zimmermann gives a fresh look at American politicians at the turn of the 20th Century Describes political attitudes that we were not taught in school Looks at the then Imperialistic nature of America Tells of the American acquisition of Hawaii, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Philippines At the same time some social reform was legislated, largely control of Trusts and better management in Tariffs This is quite an eye opener Americans were of the thinking that Manifest Destiny applied to...

  6. says:

    Took a while to get through this one, but that s OK its style lends itself to that Zimmerman presents this as a single narrative that tells the story of How Five Americans Made Their Country a World Power the book s subtitle , but it s by no means that integrated The first 200 pages or so are the interlocking biographies of the five men in question, imperialists all Theodore Roosevelt TR s Secretary of State, John Hay his Secretary of War, Elihu Root Massachusetts Senator Henry Cabot L Took a while to get through this one, but that s OK its style lends itself to that Zimmerman presents this as a single narrative that tells the story of How Five Americans Made Their Country a World Power the book s subtitle , but it s by no means that integrated The first 200 pages or so are the interlocking biographies of t...

  7. says:

    Zimmerman provides us with a great look at the United States around the turn of the 20th century, seen through the lives of five men Theodore Roosevelt, Alfred T Mahan, Henry Cabot Lodge, John Hay, and Elihu Root Excellent history and great ins...

  8. says:

    Starts out promising, with thumbnail bios of Roosevelt, Lodge, Root, Mahan, and Hay, before bogging down in a description of the Spanish American War It seemed to take longer to wade through the second half of the book than the war actually lasted.

  9. says:

    Just a bit dense for a summer read, but really interesting history.

  10. says:

    Just the first thrd of the book, biographies of the principal personalities, makes this worth reading.

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