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imagine you are living in the united states in the 1890's. write a letter to the president persuading him to support or oppose an imperialismt policy for the united states. be sure to use standard grammar, spelling, sentences structure, and punctuation.

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    Also, be sure to do the research about the U.S. at that time. Then you will know to whom to address the letter (the president), the conditions at that time!

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