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In the phrase "at that day," Mann looks back at antebellum annexationism from a post-emancipation moment.
official sources), but it is preceded by a chapter tracing a breakneck journey through the previous 140 years, from Jefferson and Adams, through annexationism, jingoism, and racism (especially in envoys' reports).
As a result, annexationism was the principal source of Spanish political insecurity in Cuba into the 1850s.