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CSPAN
Aug 5, 2016 2:28pm EDT
getting involved in the situation in europe and to a certain degree also in china and in asia. what i'm wondering is how much of a turning point is it or isn't it for the american people for their view the place they see the nation, the united states having in the world at large? >> i can comment on that at least initially. i think when it came to the columbus raid, the american public response was quite strong. the interesting part was especially by the latter half of the year, there was a desire to respond to the columbus raid in march, but just a few months later, there was a desire not to be drawn into war with mexico. i'm not sure if this says something just about mexico itself, but there was this feeling among americans of there should be some retaliation for columbus, and i think the challenge for wilson was balancing that, his whole cabinet advocated for some kind of intervention as well. the challenge for wilson was balancing this need for retaliation without getting into war with mexico. i think, at least in my situation, again, it's hard to gauge how much of a direct voic
CSPAN
Feb 19, 2016 9:50pm EST
china and asia. what i'm wondering is how much of a turning point is it or isn't it for the american people for their view in the place -- >> i can comment on that at least initially. i think when it came to the columbus raid, the american people responded quite strong. especially by the latter half of the year, there was a desire to respond to the columbus raid in march, but just a few months later there was a desire not to be drawn into war with mexico. i'm not sure if this says something just about mexico itself, but there was this feeling among americans of retaliation. the challenge for wilson was balancing this need for retaliation without getting into war with mexico. i think, at least in my situation, again, it's hard to gauge how much of a direct voice the public had in these presidential politics on a certain subject, but at least when it came to the columbus raid, i think the public had a pretty big role in determining how the wilson administration -- kind of the policy options he had available to him and how he was going to implement them. >> in terms of central america a
CSPAN
Feb 13, 2016 2:00pm EST
certain degree, in china and in asia. i'm wondering, 1916, how much of a turning point is it for the american people, for their view of it being in place. in the world at large christopher: --professor montoya: by the latter half of the year, there was a desire to respond to the columbus raid in march. just a few much later, there was a desire to be not drawn into the war. there was this feeling among there was this feeling that there should be retaliation for columbus. wilson wasge for balancing this need for retaliation without getting into war with mexico. , it is hard to gauge how direct of voice the public had. but in columbus and the expedition that followed it, the public had a big role in determining how the wilson implementtion would its policies. ofi would say that in terms central america and the , public opinion was supportive to the extent that it paid any attention at all to the idea of stability, pro-americanism, and uplift. i would agree that uplift and making the world safe for democracy is really just packaging. you see that most clearly in the lack of follow-throug
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