MASS MEETINGS OF PROTEST AGAINST THE SUPPRESSION OF TRUTH ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES. FANEUIL HALL THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 3 AND 8 P.M. ADDRESSES BY THE HON. GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, THE HON. CHARLES S. HAMLIN, COL. T.W. HIGGINSON, THE HON. MOORFIELD STOREY ... TESTIMONY OF SOME OF THE WITNESSES WHO WERE REFUSED A HEARING BEFORE THE SENATE COMMITTEE.

Boston: March 1903. Original printed wrappers with wrapper title, as issued, and original staples. At head of title: "You are earnestly asked to hand this after reading to some other person who will also give it careful consideration." Rear wrapper repeats the first sentence of the title. [56] pages. Wrappers lightly dusted, else Fine.

An anti-imperialist protest against American efforts to "to conquer a foreign nation, and to impose our sway upon it against its will. We are departing from the principles upon which our government is founded, and which we have always held to be self-evident truths."
The Philippine conflict was a guerilla war of unbridled brutality, instigated by the American decision to become a Pacific power. Item #37755

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