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Early 1900's US

Key Terms in US History from the early 1900's.

DefinitionTerm
The efforts of the US and other countries to force China to trade with them. The Open Door Policy
Teddy Roosevelt's military unit during the Spanish-American War. Rough Riders
The process of moving away from an agricultural economy towards an economy of making goods in factories. Industrialization
A policy of dominating other countries for your countries gain. Imperialism
The belief that some nations and peoples were superior to others. Social Darwinism
A group of Protestants whose purpose was to improve the life of those less fortunate because it was the proper thing to do. Social Gospel Movement
This policy stated that European powers needed to not interfere in the affairs of North and South America. Monroe Doctrine
An addition to the Monroe Doctrine that states the US can intervene in any Latin American issues if a country is causing trouble. Roosevelt Corollary
Created by: dsalvucci