Table of contents for The insular cases and the emergence of American empire / Bartholomew Sparrow.

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@fmct:Contents
@toc4:Editors' Preface
@toc4:Acknowledgments
@toc4:Introduction
@toc2:1. The Broken Skein: American Territorial Expansion and 1898
@toc2:2. The Spoils of the Spanish-American War
@toc2:3. Reasons for Empire
@toc2:4. Downes v. Bidwell 
@toc2:5. A Court Torn: The Insular Cases of 1901
@toc2:6. Commerce, Citizenship, and Other Questions
@toc2:7. Law and Order in the Territories
@toc2:8. The Insular Cases and American Empire
@toc2:9. Informal Empire and the End of Territorial Expansion
@toc4:A Note on the Insular Cases
@toc4:Chronology
@toc4:Bibliographical Essay
@toc4:Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Insular possessions -- History.
United States -- Territoriies and possessions -- History.
Constitutional history -- United States.