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Unit V Review GuideA

This doctor helped with the building of the Panama Canal by eradicating Mosquito-borne diseases such as yellow fever William Gorgas
He led the American navy to Japan to open trade with them Matthew C. Perry
He advocated a strong navy in his book The Influence of Seapower Upon History Alfred T. Mahan
He led the "Rough Riders" in the Spanish-American War Theodore Roosevelt
Sec. of State who issued the "Open Door Notes" and said the Spanish-American War was a "splendid little war." John Hay
U.S President during the Spanish-American War William Mckinley
He led the Filipino people in resistance to U.S. occupation Emilio Aguinaldo
He advocated imperialism as a means of spreading Christianity and western European civilization Josiah Strong
Those in favor of imperialists expansion were known as Jingoists
This legislation stated that the U.S. did not intend to acquire Cuba as a result of the Spanish-American War Teller Amendment
This legislation limited Cuba's independence following the Spanish-American War Platt Amendment
As a result of the Spanish-American Was, the U.S. acquired the following territories. Philippines/Puerto Rico/Guam
Rebellion in China that attempted to expel foreigners Boxer Rebellion
This expanded upon Monroe Doctrine with the stated intention to keep maintain order and European influence out of the western hemisphere Roosevelt Corollary
Name for Pres. Taft's foreign policy Dollar diplomacy
Two publishers of a yellow journalist newspaper William Randolph Hearst/Joseph pulitzer
The "Open Door Notes" appealed for trade without interference among imperialist nations in: China
This president was responsible for beginning construction of the Panama Canal: Theodore Roosevelt
Group of Supreme Court cases that said that those under U.S. rule were not necessarily entitled to the same constitutional rights as U.S citizens Insular cases
First intervention under the "Big Stick" Policy took place here Dominican republic
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