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The Battle of Kettle Hill, July 1, 1898

Kettle Hill

Editor: Michael Spilling and Consultant Editor: Chris McNab The San Juan Ridge (Kettle Hill) was the last obstacle to the complete investment of Santiago, the principal port on the southern coast of Cuba. This hill was just off the southern

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Theodore Roosevelt: The Original War on Terror

by Michael Wolraich Theodore Roosevelt and Terrorism Some years ago, an unstable young man committed one of the most notorious terrorist acts in U.S. history. He was American-born, but his parents were immigrants, and his allegiance to a radical ideology

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