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The largest act of ethnic cleansing perpetrated by the United States government began in , when Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, which gave him the power to negotiate the removal of Native American tribes in the South to land west of the Mississippi. By the time the US passed the Dawes Act in , effectively abolishing tribal self-governance and forcing assimilation, there was very little left. World Russia just paved the way for Putin to be president for life. Image credit: Anand Katakam. Rather than assuring victory, these poisonous chemicals killed many thousands of Vietnamese civilians, spiked rates of cancer and other diseases, caused a generation of Vietnamese babies to be born with alarmingly high rates of birth defects, and devastated the environment and economy of the nation that the US was ostensibly trying to save. Ultimately, the country decided that virtually any action would likely make things worse and bring unacceptable risk for the US. According to one metric of inequality , the US economy is one of the most unequal in the developed world. It also supported insurgencies in much of the "Third World" β€” meaning anything outside of the West or the Soviet sphere. Urban Institute. What followed was a century of catastrophes for Native Americans as their land was taken piece by piece. Arnold, put the American firebombing campaign against Japan into chilling terms. The demographics of America's public schools are changing. They were colored in red. The fight over slavery in the United States began even before independence, as constitutional framers clashed over whether or how to reconcile the world's most barbaric practice with the idealistic new nation. President Cleveland refused to conquer another nation, but when William McKinley took office he agreed, absorbing Hawaii. The war also ended with the US taking control of three other Spanish possessions: Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines, a massive and populous island nation in the Pacific where the US fought a war against independence activists. Civilians in this period were bystanders. While conditions improved significantly after , not long after the US forces departed in , the country collapsed again into violence. In this period, which lasted two awful years, civilians were often the target of the violence, with bombings and death squads seeking to ethnically cleanse Baghdad in particular. While this experiment in colonialism was short-lived and controversial at home, it began America's role as a major global power. All Americans learn about the two atomic bombs the US dropped on Japan at the end of the war, and we're starting to become more aware of the firebombing campaigns that wiped out much of Germany, including civilians. In much of and , the United States had a difficult and painful internal debate β€” first among policymakers and then after Bashar al-Assad's August chemical weapons attack β€” over what to do about the war devastating Syria. This map of indigenous population density today shows the effects of not just the initial disease-driven depopulation of North America in the wake of European settlement in the 15th to 18th centuries, but also the long effort of the US government in the 19th century to remove Native Americans from their homes and place them in reservations of its choosing. Opposition from Republican lawmakers and conservative media, as well as simple bureaucratic disorganization, has slowed the program to a crawl. The abolitionists lost, and while states such as Pennsylvania and New Hampshire ended slavery almost immediately after independence, slaveholders continued expanding the institution of slavery for decades. This map shows the world as it had been left utterly divided by the conflict, marking the allies and insurgencies back by the US and Soviet as of Not every ally was a puppet, of course β€” many were democracies, and others were dictatorships that had become that way independently of the Cold War or the United States. In early , however, Iraq's conflict became what is often described as a civil war, fought among three factions: Sunni insurgents, including Islamist extremists and former Saddam loyalists; Shia militias, some of them rogue members of state security forces; and the US-led occupation force. Japan soon entered the race for the Pacific as well, and seized many European-held islands, culminating in this map, two years before the US joined World War II. No one has suffered more from the Iraq War β€” which in some ways is still ongoing β€” than Iraqi civilians. Support our work with a contribution now. It found that in only a smattering of counties, mostly in the Plains, did children born into the bottom 20 percent of the income distribution have a decent shot of making it into the top 20 percent. They may well have become sovereign nation-states had the settlers, and later the United States, not sought to purge them from their lands, deny them self-rule, and, once they had been reduced to a tiny minority, forcibly assimilate them and their land. By the time the war ended, 30 percent of the residents of Japan's largest 60 cities were homeless. These acts are the foundation upon which the United States as we know it today was built. The poor US showing in this data may reflect growing income inequality. But we are nowhere near confronting the US firebombing of Japan, which killed several times as many people as the atomic bombs and physically devastated Japan for a generation. They are wrong; it was absorbed in an act of overt imperialism and against the will of its native population. This map begins by showing Native Americans' land in , demarcated by tribe and marked in green. The first, from to , was the war between the US-led invasion force and Iraqi forces, including government forces as well as Islamist and nationalist insurgents. Next to each city is the percentage of the city's buildings that were burned down, as well as the name of a US city of equivalent size. In , Cuban activists launched a war of independence from Spain, and the US intervened on their side. The cultural and political divide deeply polarized the nation, leading inexorably to war. Black and Latino students are also likely to be in schools that are majority nonwhite, except in heavily white rural areas. During the Vietnam War, the US sprayed millions of gallons of defoliants and herbicides over South Vietnam in a misguided and horrifically callous effort to deny the enemy cover, shelter, and food. Alaska natives are still a majority in a number of counties. This practice became known as "redlining," and would be the norm in the housing sector as a whole for decades to come, effectively denying black people the ability to own homes. Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email. Of course, those negotiations were corrupt and rife with coercion. But for people born in the US, prospects are more dire. In , when Hawaii was a sovereign nation, American businessmen seized power in a coup and asked the US to annex it. In the South and Midwest, the odds are perilously close to zero. It is an unsurprising but sad demonstration of the fact that while America might be great at starting or sponsoring catastrophic wars, it is not always so committed when it comes to deploying that mighty wealth and power toward helping people in need. The US also sprayed an unknown amount of these chemicals over Laos and Cambodia. Harvard Equality of Opportunity Project. Rural Assistance Center. Share this story Twitter Facebook.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Slavery developed into a sort of cultural institution upon which Southern whites depended for their economic livelihood and their identity; they fought bitterly to press slavery onto news states. American and Soviet fears of a global struggle became a self-fulfilling prophecy: both launched coups, supported rebellions, backed dictators, and participated in proxy wars in nearly every corner of the world. Many Americans still suffer as well, with thousands of veterans similarly affected by the chemicals. The fluctuations in this chart show the first three distinct stages of the war. As America expanded westward, both pro- and anti-slavery factions tried to claim the territories as their own. European settlers who arrived in North America found it filled with diverse, long-established societies. When the war ended in Spanish defeat, US anti-imperialists blocked the US from annexing Cuba, but pro-imperialists succeeded in passing the notorious Platt Amendment, which placed Cuba under a quasi-imperialist form of indirect control; the US base at Guantanamo Bay is a relic of this arrangement. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The United States has a lot to be proud of : it is the most powerful country on Earth and a global leader in culture and innovation as well as international affairs, and has a well-earned reputation for freedom and democracy. The most famous was Agent Orange. If there was a single moment when the US became a global power, it was the war with Spain. A handful of counties in the upper Plains states, Arizona, and New Mexico have large or majority native populations. But, like any country, it has its flaws, as well. The New York Stock Exchange. The US had become a European-style imperial power. This was the first of several imperial acquisitions the US made in the Pacific. This is an HOLC map of Chicago from , with neighborhoods color-coded by stability, as judged by the government. Most Americans assume that Hawaii became a state democratically, like the rest of the US. But, reasoning that surely the world's richest and most powerful country could do something , the White House announced the US would take in some of the millions of refugees β€” it is the world's worst refugee crisis β€” who have been displaced by the war into neighboring countries, where they struggle to get by and risk exacerbating instability in those countries as well.