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Imperialism

Chapter 22 over Imperialism in U.S. History 109.

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This was a policy that promote American economic penetration to underdeveloped nations. Seeking to strengthen American influence without requiring the presence of U.S. troops? Dollar Diplomacy.
Which law passed in 1901 that stipulated the conditions for the withdrawal of American forces from Cuba; and also transferred ownership of the naval base at Guantanamo Bay to the United States? Platt Amendment.
This amendment is a rider to the 1898 war resolution with Spain whereby Congress pledged that it did not intend to annex Cuba and that it would recognize Cuban independence from Spain, what is this amendment called? Teller Amendment.
What was a national policy which eschews foreign alliances? Isolationism.
Which policy affirmed the territorial integrity of China and a policy of free trade? Open Door Policy.
What was a term that referred to the Spanish refugee camps? "Reconcentration" camps.
When did Isolationism end and how? As a national policy, ended when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
When was Pearl Harbor attacked by Japan? December 7th, 1941.
Who used the "Reconcentration" camps and what for? The Spain used it for the Cuban farmers to be herded into, to prevent them from providing assistance to rebels fighting for Cuban independence from Spain.
What year were the Spain using "reconcentration" camps? 1896.
What year was the Open Door Policy propounded? 1828.
Who was the Open Door Policy propounded by? Secretary of State John Hay.
Which was the president who was of the Dollar Diplomacy? President William Taft.
Where had the Dollar Diplomacy been occurring and promoted the most? Latin America.
What year was Hawaii annexed by the United States? 1898.
With who did a commercial treaty cause an opening with several ports to American trade? Japan.
What does the United States help sugar planters to depose of? Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii.
Who led Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill and during what year? Theodore Roosevelt, during the year of 1898.
What year did the Spanish-American war break out? 1898.
Who defeated the Spanish fleet at Manila Bay? Dewey.
--- Frederick Funston.
Created by: Crystal Lair