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Chapter 22

What was a national policy that George Washington proposed first to avoid foreign alliances? Isolationism
What was the place called where farmers in Cuba were put to keep the rebels from getting assistance from them? "Reconcentration" Camps
What stated that Cuba would be recognized as independent and later resulted in the Spanish-American War? Teller Amendment
What was the amendment called that listed the required conditions for American forces withdrawing from Cuba? Platt Amendment
What policy, proposed by John Hay, affirmed China's territorial integratory and free trade? Open Door Policy
What was one of President Taft's policy's that sought to the promotion of American economy without requiring American troops? Dollar Diplomacy
What war was fought for Cuba's freedom from Spain? Spanish-American War
Who is said to have won the Philippine-American war "almost single-handedly"? Frederick Funston
Who was against the annexation of the Philippines? Anti-Imperialists
What was the reason U.S. warships could quickly sail between the Atlantic and the Pacific beginning in 1914? Panama Canal
Who was the Panamanian revolution against that resulted in the US being able to build the Panama Canal? Colombia
What is it called when a country extends its power and influence through the use of its military or diplomacy? Imperialism
What treaty ended the Spanish-American War? Treaty of Paris 1898
What was the agreement between Japan and the U.S. that the U.S. would not restrict Japanese immigration and Japan would not allow further emigration? Gentlemen's Agreement
What lands did Spain cede to the United States after the Spanish-American War? Puerto Rico and Guam
What battleships sinking is blamed for starting the Spanish-American War? USS Maine
What was it called when the United States added Hawaii due to its important location on the way to China? Annexation
What was responsible for the United States right to intervene militarily in Latin America? Roosevelt Corollary
What annexation caused the United States to become a formal empire? Annexation of the Philippines
What justified expansionism? Our Country by Josiah Strong
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