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Introduction: Economic Interests and U.S. Expansion, 1892- 1907 1 1. The Gilded Age Goes Abroad The San Domingo Improvement Company and the Political Economy of the 1890s 10 2. Remapping the Caribbean U.S. Caribbean Interests and the Mission of the SDIC 30 3. Peasants in the World Economy The Dominican Republic in the Late 1800s 43 4. Dictating Development Ulises Heureaux and the SDIC Remake the Dominican Republic 58 5. The Cash Nexus Economic Crisis and the Collapse of the Heureaux-SDIC Regime 76 6. Old Wine in New Skins The U.S. Government Champions the SDIC, 1899- 1904 98 7. A Reign of Law Among Nations John Bassett Moore and the Vindication of the SDIC, 1904 110 8. A World Safe for Capitalism Stabilizing the Dominican Republic, 1901 - 1905 126 9. From The Gilded Age to Dollar Diplomacy The SDIC and the Roosevelt Corollary, 1904- 1907 143 Conclusion 155