Philadelphia. N.d. (ca. 1914): John C. Winston Co. Red blind-stamped decorative cloth, gilt titles, decorations. 252 pp., 4 half-tone illus. Binding split at first gather, one loose leaf, ink inscr. on f.f.e.p., "George Bullock. Scout Section. 159th Bn. North Bay" (Canada), paper browning, else well-preserved in an attractive binding. The exploits of Kitchener, as described in this little biography (intended for young minds!) are not a far cry from the experience of American Imperialism today: paranoia toward Muslims, divide & conquer strategies, subjegating masses of starving citizens in the Third World, etc. Ripping good stuff, eh, chap?! The e.p. inscription by a Canadian soldier dates this copy to WWI. . Unknown Printing. Blind-stamped Cloth. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by I. K.. 12mo. Military Biography.
What are some examples of imperialism today ..
A worrying report about American imperialism today. An American judge has ruled that Russia must hand over documents which have never left Russia and have no connection to America to an organisation in America.
Today's Imperialism - Uniquely American
Another of the major themes of Wrights book is the imperialist nature of the U.S., from its expansion across the North American continent and its grabbing of half of Mexico, to its more modern imperialist adventures in Hawaii, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and more recently in Iraq. But Scott says that the curious thing is that while American imperialism today is at least as virulent and genocidal as it ever was, Wright eases way off in his description and criticism of U.S. imperialism the closer we get to the present day! He even touts the generosityof the Democrats in granting the Philippines their independence after World War II,though in reality they only did so because they knew they couldnt hang on to the countryin the form of an old-style colony and that they stood a better chance of controllingand exploiting the Philippines in the form of a (where the U.S. sets up and controls things through client regimes).
Afghanistan and American imperialism Glenn Greenwald