Chapter 22 US History

Chapter 22 US History
 
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Imperialism
the policy of establishing colonies and building empires
Isolationism 
separation from the political affairs of other countries
Reciprocity   
the mutual lowering of tariff barriers
Arbitration
the settlement of a dispute by an impartial group
Maximilian 
Austrian Prince installed by Napoleon as Mexico's Emperor
Charles Sumner
claimed that Britain owed America $2 billion dollars 
William Seward
Secretary of State that helped acquire Alaska
3. Show how the French challenged the Monroe Doctrine in 1861. 
•   After Mexican debts were paid, all countries left but French remained•  ...
4. Describe two instances of confrontation with Great Britain that were settled by arbitration. 
1st:  •    Charles Sumner claimed that GB owed US $2 billion in damages...
5. Understanding Cause and Effect How did the writings of Captain Alfred T. Mahan lead to expanding...
•    Mahan’s writings expressed that a modern nation needed sea power in...
neutrality
the refusal to take sides
Enrique Dupuy De Lome:
Spanish ambassador who called McKinley “weak and a bidder for the admiration for the crowd”
Yellow Journalism:
•    Fanned public anger and exaggerated and fabricated stories •  ...
3. List the key events leading to war with Spain over Cuba. 
•    Cuban people were placed in “reconcentration camps” where many died•  ...
5. How did the United States justify going to war with Spain given a previous policy of noninvolvement? 
•    Cleveland warned that if “the useless sacrifice of human life” went...
Platt Amendment: 
•    Cuba should allow the United States the right to buy or lease naval stations•  ...
3. Explain ways in which the President and Congress resolved the annexation difficulties in...
•    US offered Spain $20 million for the Philippine Islands. •  ...
4. Describe how problems with Cuba and Puerto Rico were resolved.  
Cuba: •    Platt Ammendment was created1.    Cuba should not...
Sphere of Influence
area where a European nation controlled economic development
Boxer Rebellion
group intended to wipe out “foreign devils” and their Christian converts
Drago Doctrine
to forcibly collect debts from bankrupt countries
Roosevelt Corollar
addition to the Monroe Doctrine, whenever an American republic was guilty of “chronic wrongdoing”...
5.    Explain how Roosevelt’s Big Stick diplomacy led to ill feeling against...
•    Attempted to advance “the needs of collective civilization” by speeding...
1.    State three reasons why the United States abandoned isolationist policies...
•    US became involved in stopping the ignoring of the Monroe Doctrine when...
2.    Explain how confrontation with Great Britain in 1895-1896 led to strengthening...
•    Mahan’s writings expressed that a modern nation needed sea power in...
3.    Describe the position of the President and press regarding war with Spain...
•    The press with Yellow Journalism attempted to encourage war among the...
4.    List three reasons America went to war over Cuba. Which was most important?
•    Cuban people were placed in “reconcentration camps” where many died•  ...
5.    Discuss why Hawaii had fewer difficulties accepting its position as a...
•    Hawaii was closely connected to the US through commerce and the many...
6.    Show why Americans favored an Open Door policy in China. 
•    In order to preserve equal trading opportunities in China for all foreign...
7.    Indicate why the United States needed to build the Panama Canal. 
•    Save time for commercial shipping•    Answer the strategic...
1.    How did the use of the Big Stick in Latin America increase American wealth...
•    The use of the Big Stick sped up the building of the Panama Canal thus...
2.    How did a show of force with Great Britain and Germany enhance the American...
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