By Howard Jones
This ebook is a story background of America's overseas affairs from 1897 to the current that specializes in the key personalities and occasions from the William McKinley management via President George W. Bush.
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Shortly after Roosevelt became president in September 1901, he called for new negotiations with Britain. S. control of the canal. The strategy worked. In November, Hay signed a second agreement with Pauncefote that permitted the United States to build the canal and, by tacit understanding, to fortify it as well. The only stipulation in the second Hay-Pauncefote Treaty was that the United States had to grant equal access to any other nation’s commercial or war vessels. The British actually had little choice in signing the agreement.
When Hay irately warned that the United States would deal with Nicaragua, Herrán capitulated. In January 1903, he signed a treaty awarding the United States control of a six-mile-wide strip of land connecting the two oceans, for 100 years, which actually was in perpetuity (forever) because it was renewable solely by the United States. For these concessions Colombia was to receive $10 million at the outset and annual payments of $250,000 to begin in nine years, the time calculated for building the canal.
Roosevelt was “pure act,” Henry Adams once remarked. “Teddy,” as Ohio Republican Mark Hanna sarcastically called him (behind his back), excitedly pounded his fist into his cupped left hand for emphasis and regularly appeared in cartoons highlighting his round wire-rimmed glasses, full-bristled mustache, and ever-prominent teeth. Roosevelt was a master of the strenuous life. When not behind his desk, he could be in the boxing ring, on 31 32 Chapter 2 Theodore Roosevelt An ideal candidate for caricature.