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A subsidiary structure near or adjoining a larger principal building.
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The actions of the Hawaiian-American annexationists and American minister Stevens and Captain Wiltse were for naught.
For Delany, however, much as the Colonization Society was a tool of the slave power, arguments for benevolent US white reform of Cuba are imperialist subterfuge, an insidious false consciousness propagandized by US annexationists who desired to control Cuba in order to further slaveholding interests.
As Puerto Rican annexationists became increasingly more vocal, Hanna attempted to help them reach this goal.
However, the United States continued to entertain annexationist proposals and imperial ambitions during the postbellum period, after slavery's demise in the United States.
It is also unfortunate that Christopher Pennington's excellent study of the 1891 election came out too late for Gwyn to use because It does flesh out in much detail the ties between Canadian politicians and American annexationists and provides some striking new evidence based on discoveries in American archives.
This most right wing of Israeli Prime Ministers heads a coalition government of extremists and annexationists that are hell bent on derailing the peace process.
In 1977, the Pol Pot regime, claiming a 'unilateral right to propose alterations' (6) to the border, broke off negotiations with an equally blameworthy Hanoi regime that it accused of being 'expansionists, annexationists and swallowers of territory'.
As Thomas Hietala has shown, annexationists used these "figures" to discredit abolitionists who claimed that westward growth would disproportionately benefit slaveholders.
annexationists and navy strategic planners who aimed to make Hawai'i the property of the United States.
In his responsorial essay to the New York Times, entitled "The Vindication of Cuba," Marti debunks the divisional nature of the annexationists in Cuba and the United States who threatened the revolutionary cause with their plans of uniting with the United States.
Thus, by "demonizing Hastings" personally, Burke "cleansed and exorcized" the inherent scandal of imperialism from the British nation, thereby empowering later aggressive annexationists like Governor-General Richard Wellesley to claim British moral superiority and the alleged advantages of colonial rule for Indians (191).
In addition, some Northern Democrats were angered by the role that annexationists had played in denying the party's presidential nomination to Martin Van Buren.