The Truth as to Conditions in the Philippines: Speech of Hon. William A. Jones of Virginia in the House of Representatives, February 13, 1913 (Classic Reprint)

The Truth as to Conditions in the Philippines: Speech of Hon. William A. Jones of Virginia in the House of Representatives, February 13, 1913 (Classic Reprint)


The Truth as to Conditions in the Philippines: Speech of Hon. William A. Jones of Virginia in the House of Representatives, February 13, 1913 (Classic Reprint)

 


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William Atkinson Jones

  • Author: William Atkinson Jones
  • Type: PDF file
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781333488475
  • Edition Language: English


  • Excerpt from The Truth as to Conditions in the Philippines: Speech of Hon. William A. Jones of Virginia in the House of Representatives, February 13, 1913 We reaffirm the position thrice announced by the Democracy in national convention assembled against a.

    Policy of imperialism and colonial exploitation in the Philippines or elsewhere, and favor an immediate declaration of the purpose of the people of the United States to recognize the independence of the Philippine Islands at a definite date to be fixed by Congress, retaining for ourselves such lands as are necessary for naval bases and coaling stations, and we urge upon our Government earnest effort to secure by treaty with the chief maritime powers the neutralization of the islands under a government to be established under American auspices by their people.

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