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AH2 Midterm Stack #2

TermDefinition
labor union An organization of workers that join together to make needed changes
Theodore Roosevelt The progressive president that was known as the “Trustbuster”
muckrakers Journalists that wrote about the negative effects of the Industrial Revolution
monoply Control over a certain good or industry
Open Door Policy Late 1800's policy that was meant to open China to free trade
Spanish-American War "A splendid little war" that lasted only three months; as a result of this war, the U.S. possession of Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines
Dollar Diplomacy A type of diplomacy that used foreign investment to promote American interests
Moral Diplomacy A type of diplomacy that aimed to spread democracy and the American way of life to other countries
Causes of World War I Militarism, Alliances, and Nationalism
Archduke Ferdinand His assassination was the final spark that started World War I
Triple Entente Russia, France, and Great Britain; a.k.a. the Allied Powers
Zimmerman Telegram Telegram that brought the U.S. out of neutrality by revealing that Germany would attack ships carrying innocent civilians
League of Nations This organization was part of President Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” and was intended to keep the peace after WWI
Roaring Twenties One of the nicknames for the 1920's; refers to the excitement of the decade
consumerism A type of customer spending that really took hold in the 1920's
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