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UShist Ch 4 Review

UShist Ch 4 Test Review, part 2

TermDefinition
Teddy Roosevelt Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick was his foreign policy
John Hay he asked nations to follow the Open Door Policy to prevent a single country from having a monopoly on trade with China
Rough Riders a voluntary cavalry unit that fought the Spanish in Cuba
Queen Liliuokalani was overthrown because she wanted to limit the power of planters
Jose Marti helped to organize Cuban Revolt. He was the symbol of liberty because he spent his life fighting for the Cuban Independence
Emilio Aguinaldo fought against colonial rule in the Philippines
Poncho Villa being looked for in 1916 for leading raids into New Mexico
General Dewey defeated the Spanish Fleet in the Spanish American War
Platt Amendment gave the U.S. the right to intercede in Cuban Affairs
Roosevelt Corollary gave the U.S. the right to exercise police power in Latin America
Anti-Imperialist this League disagreed with U.S. treatment of former Spanish colonies after the Spanish American War.
Platt Amendment this gave U.S. the right to intercede in Cuban Affairs
Independence Filipinos fought with the Americans in the Spanish-American War to gain this
yellow journalism exaggerated and sensationalized reporting
Created by: Freshmensphs