The United States and Hawaii: Understanding motives behind America’s annexation

The annexation of Hawaii was driven by political, economic, and strategic motives on the part of the U.S., but it also had profound cultural and social implications for the Hawaiian people and for the U.S. itself. This article explores the reasons why the U.S. wanted Hawaii, the consequences of annexation, and the role of Hawaii in American imperialism.

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