Mexican war, 1846-1848 by K. J. Baver

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A biography of the president who led the country during the Mexican American War. War With Mexico Discusses the issues, including the concept of manifest destiny, that led to war between the United States and Mexico inthe events of the war, and the impact of its outcome.

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