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This excerpt is from a campaign speech given by Albert J. Beveridge in September 1898. The speech was entitled "The March of the Flag." "The ocean does not separate us from lands of our duty and desire. . . . Cuba not contiguous! Puerto Rico not contiguous! Hawaii and the Philippines not contiguous! The oceans make them contiguous. And our navy will make them contiguous." Which statement best describes the controversy between imperialists such as Beveridge and anti-imperialists over the terms of the Treaty of Paris of 1899?

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