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Ch. 22 USimperialism

Chapter 22 - US imperialism

TermDefinition
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sphere of influence a region of a country where a foreign power had special trading rights
Open Door policy each foreign nation in China could trade freely in each others sphere of influence
yellow journalism sensationalized, sometimes fictionalized reporting intended to designed to sell papers and stir emotions
Panama Canal cut the time it took to get from the Atlantic to Pacific Oceans
speak softly and carry a big stick Theodore Roosevelt's policy to negotiate with other countries, but to use their military if countries didn't do what they wanted
imperialism one nation's controlling the political, social and economic life in another territory
Monroe Doctrine The US morning that Europe should not attempt to establish new colonies in North or South America
Created by: mrfordglobal