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It was imperialism that brought Africans, Mexicans and Asians to work as slaves, braceros and contract laborers. He slashed army and navy expenditures, eliminated the tax on whiskey and cut the budget. The forces supplemented 10,000 US military personnel already in Panama. 1989 -- Libya. Kossuth spent most of the money he raised before he left the United States; perhaps the most lasting impact of his tour was in the realm of personal attire, as "Kossuth" hats, cloaks, and, for men, beards, became popular.

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