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Vocabulay-Chapter 6

false or exaggerated reports. yellow journalism
war between th US and Spain caused by yellow journalism. spanish-american war
Volunteer soldiers lead by Theodore Roosevelt during the spanish-american war. rough riders
Nickname for African american soldiers who fought in the war against native Americans. living on the great plains during the 1870's buffalo soldiers.
a narrow strip of land that connects two large areas. isthmus
large companies with the power to drive out competition in an industry. trust
reformers who worked to stop unfair practices by businesses and improve the way government worked. progressives
writer or journalist of the early 1900's who uncovered shameful conditions in business and other areas of American life. muckraker
laws introduced by progressives in the early 1900's designed to solve social problems, such as alchohol abuse. blue laws
War fought from 1914 to 1918 between the Central and Allied powers. The US joined the allied powers in 1917, helping them to victory. world war 1
love of country and the desire to have one's country free from the control of another. nationalism
agreement among nations to defend one another alliance
policy in which a nation prefers to remain neutral and let other countries handle their own affairs. isolationism
international organization formed after world war 1 to prevent wars. league of nations
treaty signed in 1919 that officially ended world war 1. treaty of Versailles
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