An Anti-Filibuster Alliance: Latin America and Opposition to U.S. Expansionism - The Journal of the Civil War Era
When we think of a filibuster today, we likely think of the increasingly disappearing action by a Senator to hold up a piece of legislation by continued speech; however, in the mid-nineteenth century, filibusters were military strong men who desired to project and expand U.S. power into the Caribbean. The war with Mexico in 1846 … Read More Read More