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BRIA 21 2

Bill of Rights in Action
Spring 2005 (21:2)

American Interventions

This edition of Bill of Rights in Action looks at three different military interventions of the United States. The first article examines the U.S.’s most recent intervention, Iraq, tracing the history of Iraq for the last 100 years. The second article explores at the acquisition the Panama Canal Zone and the building of the canal. The last article examines the Boxer Rebellion, which ultimately involved U.S. troops.

Current Issue: Is Iraq on the Way to Democracy?

U.S. History: Teddy Roosevelt and the Panama Canal

World History: The Boxer Rebellion in China

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