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Unit 3

American History II Unit 3

Imperialism a system where the mother country uses force to take over a smaller country
Manifest Destiny the idea that America had the right to settle the land from sea to shining sea
Open Door Policy the American policy that opened China for free trade with countries in the Western hemisphere
Spanish-American War This is the war that America was involved in which gave the U.S. control over the Philippines
Dollar Diplomacy This was the American system that helped build alliances by using foreign investment
Archduke Francis Ferdinand This was the heir to the Austrian-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in 1914; this was a leading cause of WWI
The Zimmerman Telegram This document was supposedly sent to Mexico saying that Germany wanted Mexico to attack America
Neutrality At the beginning of World War I, this was Woodrow Wilson's policy regarding America
Created by: anne.black