"The Spanish-American War is often interpreted as an aberration in America's self-isolation regarding foreign affairs. The war's causes, conduct and consequences are some of the more hotly debated issues in the historiography of American diplomacy....This volume seeks to aid its users in identifying the role of people, organizations, other events, and places in this epoch....A useful book for any college library." -- Choice
About the Author
DONALD H. DYAL is Director of the Cushing Library at Texas A&M University (Special Collections, Manuscripts & Archives).