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  1. Sep 05, 2012 · Further, the provisions of the treaty were not for the benefit of the Filipinos but for the imperialists, instead. With the signing and ratification of the Treaty of Paris, the bitter relations between the Americans and the Filipinos turned bitterer and eventually lead to another episode that was known as Filipino-American War.

  2. Manuel de Arandia, surrendered the Philippines to the British pursuant to the agreement of Treaty of Paris at the end of Seven Years War. The British ended their rule on April, 1762. Filipinos were the earliest Asians to cross the Pacific Ocean for the New World because of the Manila galleon trade between Nueva

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  4. South Carolina's Senator Tillman spoke out against ratification of the treaty on racial grounds. To him, it was wrong to take on the Philippines because he (and other Southern Democratic senators) opposed the introduction of yet another race into the American society. The Filipinos were seen as savages to be dealt with like the Native Americans.

  5. When the Spanish-American War ended with the signing of the Treaty of Paris, the United States included a payment of $20 million to Spain for its colonial rights to the Philippines. U.S. President McKinley announced a policy of “benevolent assimilation”: U.S. colonial rule of the Philippines to help prepare the Filipinos for self-rule.

  6. Senator Arthur Pue Gorman, who unlike Bryan could vote on the Treaty, was his closest rival for the 1900 nomination. Gorman, also an anti-imperialist, was pushing the Democrats in the Senate to vote against the Treaty. By positioning himself as a proponent of the Treaty, Bryan distinguished himself from Gorman.

    • Michael Patrick Cullinane
    • 2012
  7. The Paris Peace Treaty of 1783 In the name of the most holy and undivided Trinity. It having pleased the Divine Providence to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent Prince George the Third, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain,

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