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Volume 10  Number 2  •  Fall 2005
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“Not Merely Perfidious but Ungrateful”: The U.S. Takeover of West Florida
By Robert Higgs
This article appeared in the Fall 2005 issue of The Independent Review

Probably not one American in a hundred knows anything about the short-lived Republic of West Florida (1810), which extended east from the Mississippi River and along the Gulf Coast to the Perdido River. This venture, born of low-level filibuster and high-level intrigue, illustrates the same ingrained American propensity for land grabbing so evident in other U.S. territorial acquisition.


Other Independent Review articles by Robert Higgs
    Summer 2017   Moderation in Response to Provocation Is No Vice
    Winter 2017   First, Do No Harm
    Fall 2016   Can the State Enforce Virtuous Behavior?
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