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The collapse of the French canal-building company revealed an enormous level of corruption in French society. By the time Edouard Dumont began pointing fingers in La Libre Parole, "a government had fallen; three former premiers had been named in the plot, along with two former ministers and two prominent senators; more than a hundred deputies or former deputies stood accused of taking payoffs Why do you think that the U.
McCullough describes Ferdinand de Lesseps as complex and ambivalent man, with a personality filled with many contradictions.
He was " both the most daring of dreamers and the cleverest of back-room manipulators. He was the indestructible optimist What was the principal reason for the collapse of his French canal company?
Do you think he was most guilty of self-deception?
Theodore Roosevelt insisted that he was not an imperialist. Expansion was different; it was growth; it was progress, it was in the American grain. He was striving to lead his generation toward some larger, more noble objective than mere moneymaking. Was the building of the Panama Canal an imperialistic effort on the part of the U.
Harry Franck, a canal employee who wrote a book about his experiences in Panama, likened the society within the Canal Zone to the caste society of India. Franck says, "The Brahmins are the gold employees, white American citizens with all the advantages and privileges thereto appertaining. Phillipe Banau-Varilla's actions following Panama's revolution are considered nothing short of betrayal by Panamanians. With respect to the treaty negotiated by the U. Secretary Hays confided that the treaty was "very satisfactory, vastly advantageous to the U.
You and I know too well how many points there are in this treaty to which a Panamanian patriot could object. Was it greed, paternalism, egotism or something else? Although there were several popular explanations for the causes of transmission of malaria and yellow fever, many believed that morality was a factor.