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What was the name of the battle between the Sioux and the 7th Cavalry? Battle of Little Big Horn
What was the purpose of President Taft's foreign diplomacy policy called "Dollar Diplomacy"? American businessmen investing in underdeveloped countries
What was the result of the Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty of 1903? construction of Panama Canal
What territories did the US acquire as a result of the Spanish-American War in 1898? Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Phillipines
What was the purpose of the Open Door Policy supported by the US? equal trade by all nations within China
What was the Roosevelt Corollary addendum to the Monroe Doctrine? US had the right to take military action in Latin and South American countries
This act excluded Chinese immigration in 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act
What was the 2 most important demands of laborers during the second industrial revolution? higher wages and safer working conditions
This inventor is responsible for the automotive industry. Henry Ford
The passage of this amendment granted suffrage to women regardless of color. 19th Amendment
This 3rd political party is responsible for antitrust laws and the Pure Food and Drug act. Progressive
As president, this individual secured passage of the Clayton Act. Woodrow Wilson
This strike lasted 5 months and was the result of pay cuts by management Homestead Strike
This individual controlled elections in NYC in the 1870s. Boss Tweed
This individual was one of many social reformers helping the urban poor and immigrants. Jane Addams
The act of controlling a product from start to finish vertical integration
This individual controlled 90% of the nations steel production in 1890. Andrew Carnegie
This individual exposed unsanitary conditions in the meat industry which led to passage of this federal law. Upton Sinclair and Meat Inspection Act
These federal laws regulated commerce and business. Interstate Commerce Act and Federal Trade Commission Act
This individual challenged the social conventions of the early 20th century with the dispense of birth control. Margaret Sanger
This inventor and invention revolutionized electricity. Thomas Edison and the light bulb
Their assassination initiated the alliance system in Europe leading to world war Franz Ferdinand and Sophie
Message from Germany to Mexico requesting their assistance in return for lost territory. Zimmerman note
Passage of these acts punished anyone criticizing the war effort or the federal gov't Espionage and Sedition Acts
Document punishing Germany for World War I Treaty Versailles
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