U.S. intervention in the Philippines began with the little-known 1899 Philippine-American War. Using the war as its departure point in analyzing U.S.aPhilippine relations, Vestiges of War retrieves this willfully forgotten event and places it where it properly belongsaas the catalyst that led to increasing U.S. interventionism and expansionism in the Asia Pacific region. This seminal, multidisciplinary anthology examines the official American nationalist story of qbenevolent assimilationq and fraternal tutelage in its half century of colonial occupation of the Philippines. Integrating critical and visual art essays, archival and contemporary photographs, dramatic plays, and poetry to address the complex Philippine and U.S. perspectives and experiences, the essayists compellingly recount the consequences of American colonialism in the Philippines. Vestiges of War will force readers to reshape their views on what has been a deliberately obscure but significant phase in the histories of both countries, one which continues to haunt the present. Contributors: Genara Banzon, Santiago Bose, Ben Cabrera, Renato Constantino, Doreen Fernandez, Eric Gamalinda, Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Jessica Hagedorn, Reynaldo Ileto, Yong Soon Min, Manuel Ocampo, Paul Pfeiffer, Christina Quisumbing, Vicente Rafael, Daniel Boone Schirmer, Kidlat Tahimik, Mark Twain, and Jim Zwick.Environmental Racism and the Search for Justice in a Southern Town Melissa Checker ... For years, SWP had claimed that Goldberg Brothers scrap metal yard and Thermal Ceramics were responsible for ... Over the years, the business had expanded until its piles of tires, car parts, and rusting metal spread into the backyards that lined the west side of Walnut Street. ... in other yards around the Goldbergs site to merit similar cleanups, although they did order Goldbergsa#39; owner to erect aanbsp;...
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