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History 109

What is trying to influence outlying areas without actually controlling them? Dollar Diplomacy
Where did the Cubans deprive the rebels of food and recruits? Reconcentration Camps
What is a policy remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups? Isolationism
What amendment made Cubans promise to make no treaty with a foreign power compromising its independence? Platt Amendment
What rebellion did the Chinese swarm into Peking and drive foreigners behind the walls of their legations? Boxer Rebellion
What amendment was passed that caused the Spanish to declarer war on the U.S.? Teller Amendment
Who applied social Darwinism "Survival of the Fittest" to justify American expansion? Josiah Strong
Who endorsed naval power to ensure prosperity and national security? A.T. Mahan
What major step was took towards when the U.S. helped sugar planters depose of queen Lilliuokalani? Annexation of Hawaii
What claim was reaffirmed when the U.S. intervened in a British dispute with Venezuela over land claims? Monroe Doctrine Claim
What generated public pressure for war against Spain? USS Maine explosion
What opened former Spanish colonies to U.S. annexation and economic penetration? Defeat of Spain
What happened with the U.S. annexation of the Philippines? Became Formal Empire
What let the United States have asserted trading rights with China? Open Door Policy
What happened when Roosevelt intervened on behalf of Panamanian independence? Advanced Expansive Rights
A corollary to the Monroe Doctrine asserting that the U.S. might intervene in the affairs of an American republic threatened with seizure or intervention by a European country? Roosevelt Corollary
Encouraged U.S. government-supported investment abroad? Taft's Dollar Diplomacy
Allowed U.S. ships to travel swiftly between Atlantic and Pacific? Panama Canal
Whos open door policy safeguards United States' access to China Trade? Hays
what treaty increases U.S. influence in Hawaii? Reciprocity Treaty
What harbor does "Maine" explode in? Havana Harbor
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